hi, all --
one of my more regrettable dust-collecting, storage-space-sucking kitchen items is my terra cotta clayware pot. although i own the little book that williams-sonoma sells, i'm a bit clueless as to where to start, especially since the most glamorous recipes involve meat. and now, innumerable years later, the thing has seen zippo use.
does anyone have any favorite meatless recipes that use this gadget, and any tips for its general use? thanks much!
OOOO, I'm interested in this, too. I bought one this summer, and only made one chicken recipe in it, which was a disappointment, I must add. It created a ton of smoke (or was it steam?), and there was a ton of water in the bottom of the clay pot from the chicken. That's when I realized the whole chicken I bought had been injected with some sort of solution "to keep it moist". Well, it sure was moist...swimming in water!
So...I'd be interested in trying it again with a winning recipe!
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