Where to find clay pots online

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Where to find clay pots online Clay pots used to be rather hard to find. But today they are easily ordered on the Internet. Here are some of Paula Wolfert's favorite sources:Bram: A little store on the town square in Sonoma devoted to clay pot cooking, stocking glazed and unglazed tagines, glazed bean pots, and Colombian La Chamba cookware. www.bramcookware.comToque Blanche: Specializing in Colombian La Chamba cookware. www.mytoque.comGourmet Sleuth: Several types of clay pots, including Colombian La Chamba cookware. www.gourmetsleuth.comSpanish Table: All things Spanish, and beyond, including glazed and unglazed tagines and earthenware cazuelas. www.spanishtable.comLa Tienda: Another Spanish cooking website, this one has clay bean pots and lidded and unlidded earthenware cazuelas. Coyote Gallery & Pottery: Flameware cazuelas, and Flameware clay pots and tagines by Emile Henry. www.claycoyote.comL'Atelier Vert: Several types of French clay pots, including daubières for stews and beans. www.frenchgardening.comSur La Table: Glazed and unglazed tagines, and Flameware clay pots and tagines by Emile Henry. www.surlatable.comTagines: Everything for Moroccan cooking, including glazed and unglazed tagines. www.tagines.comCafe Pasqual's: The popular Santa Fe restaurant sells Felipe Ortega's micaceous utilitarian cookware through its gallery. www.pasquals.comTulumba: This website devoted to all things Turkish sells earthenware guvecs. Paula Wolfert

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