Calling All Cooks
We’re really cooking!!
Long-time potter Tom Huber of Symmes Pond Pottery loves to cook, maybe as much as he loves to make pots. Put that together and you have a chef's delight this month at Maine Potters Market.
If you share Tom's joy in preparing and eating delicious and nutritional food, then Maine Potters Market is the place to come.
For the month of September, you will find tagines made from special flameware clay for cooking Moroccan food and many savory dishes, fermentation crocks to make kimchi and other fermented foods high in probiotics, chicken roasters for that perfect chicken every time, bean pots—a Maine tradition, bread-baking cloches for crusty artisan breads, and other aids for the gourmet in each of us.
ABOUT TOM HUBER – When Tom was a boy he used to love to play in the mud, play with fire, and be surprised! Now after all these years he still plays in the mud, plays with fire, and gets surprised. Tom makes a range of pottery from porcelain and stoneware to Raku and sagger-fired ware. He has been making and cooking with his pots since the early 70’s.
ABOUT MAINE POTTERS MARKET – Founded in 1978 by a group of potters who envisioned a cooperative market where they could educate customers and sell their wares to the public, Maine Potters Market currently consists of fourteen potters from twelve Maine studios. The rich variety of handmade work available for sale keeps Maine Potters Market customers returning often.
Portland, ME 04101