First Sale of the Season

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Lisa WB Walker and Hogwild Pottery will be at Powisset Farm for Open House on Saturday, April 2nd from 1-4pm.

Powisset Farm blog: “We will have some vendors (Kathy Zola knits, Lisa Walker pottery, and Bushel + Crumb pies), the 4H Club, food, kids activities (seeding, cookie decorating, stamping), a farm tour at 2pm…and the opportunity for you to meet Zannah and Andrew, our new Farm Manager & Assistant Farm Manager and learn more about the CSA and events.”

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I’m featuring my Light Green Prelude Collection, plus some basic pieces. Here’s a preview of some of my pottery that will be for sale at Powisset Farm:

 Join us in the barn for the FIRST SALE OF THE SEASON!



End of Season Sale

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It’s the last sale of the season for me and I’m looking forward to spending the time at Powisset Farm in the barn chatting with friends and seeping in the beauty of this special place.

Join me and Susan Brum of Hog Wild Pottery today, Saturday, December 5th from 10-2 at Powisset Farm.  We will be in the barn located at 37 Powisset Road in Dover, MA.  Our friend, Kathy Zola will be with us to sell her handmade knitware.  The farm stand will be filled with seasonal veggies and local favorites.

Food and Pottery at the farm

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Every week, I head over to Powisset Farm in Dover, Ma to pick up my CSA share.  This year marks my fourth year as a member. Driving onto the farm is therapeutic… it’s beautiful barn, vista of green fields and bountiful gardens, and, a farm crew that is always upbeat and cheerful.  I’ve never left there in all my time not feeling happy that I am part of this community.

IMG_1742This Saturday, my potter friend, Sue Brum of Hog Wild Pottery (who is also a member at the farm) will set up tables filled with our pottery to sell and enjoy a peaceful day chatting with new and old friends alike.

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We’ll be in the barn, near the farm stand from 10am to 5pm on Saturday.

Here are some pieces I will be selling that work well with the food in the farm stand and in the CSA share…


perfect bowl for a salad of corn and tomatoes


double dip bowl for salsas


egg separators for baking with farm raised chicken eggs


spoon rests for all the cooking you do


Stop by the farm this Saturday, September 20th between 10am and 5pm to learn about functional pottery and how it works well with local food and flowers in a farm to table approach to living.



Pottery and Food

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Pottery and Food

The perfect food for Valentine’s Day might just be a salad dotted with red served in a beautiful handmade bowl. Add a steak and champagne and your celebratory meal is complete.

Baby Spinach with Strawberries and Candied Almonds for 2


1/8 cup slivered almonds
1/4 tablespoon corn syrup
3/8 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/4 pinch salt
1/4 pinch cayenne pepper
3 cups Baby Spinach
1/4 pint strawberry, sliced


1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1/2 tablespoon granulated sugar
1/2 tablespoon raspberry vinegar
salt & pepper


1. In a small bowl, toss together almonds, corn syrup, sugar, salt and cayenne pepper until coated. Spread in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake in 325 oven, stirring occasionally to break up clumps, for about 12 minutes. Let cool completely on pan on rack. Break into pieces.

2. For the dressing, whisk together oil, sugar, vinegar, salt and pepper in a small bowl.

3. In a large bowl, toss spinach with dressing. Sprinkle with candied almonds and strawberries.

My bowl is for sale at the Potters Place gallery located at 127B Old West Street in Walpole, Ma. The gallery is by appointment only by calling 508-668-0363. It is part of a collection called “Prelude” which includes a plate, vase and matching mugs.

Pottery and Food

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Pottery and Food

Pottery and Food and Drink for a delightful start to Valentine’s Day:

Pottery: Handmade Mugs – one for each of you

Drink: Cafe Au Lait for 2

1. Brew coffee.
2. Warm milk or cream.
3. Add coffee and warm dairy to your mug in equal parts simultaneously.
4. Add sweetener of your choice (if desired).

Food: A slice of whole wheat bread, toasted with peanut butter. A colorful plate of sliced fruit to share (try cantaloupe and melon in the winter, berries in the summer).

Fill your mugs and toast to each other! Happy Valentine’s Day!

My one of a kind wheel thrown mug sets are currently for sale at the Dedham Square Artist Guild.

Pottery and Food

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Food and Pottery

A wheel thrown bowl feels lovely in the palm of your hand. If you have two, you share your experience with another.  Friday, January 31st marks the Chinese New Year.  Serve up a batch of Yangchow Fried Rice in a handmade bowl.  Special details set this duo apart and if the user takes the time to hand wash, they will be rewarded.

Pottery and Food for the Chinese New Year this Friday, January 31st…

Yangchow Fried Rice (Special Fried Rice) – modified from a recipe by mama chinese cooking

3 cups cooked, cold rice
1/2 cup shelled and cleaned shrimps
1/2 cup Chinese barbecued pork
1/2 cup green peas
2 eggs – lightly beaten
3 scallions – chopped
3 Tbsp cooking oil

2 cloves garlic
3 thin slices ginger

Marinade for fish:
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp sugar

Ingredients for sauce:
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp soy sauce
1/2 tsp sugar
Dash of pepper
1 to 2 Tbsp water

1. Add “marinate for fish” to shrimps and let marinate for 20 minutes.

2. Heat wok on medium heat and add cooking oil. Fry  garlic and ginger for a few seconds till they impart their aroma, then add shrimp. Stir-fry shrimp until they change color. Remove from wok.

3. Pour in beaten eggs and scramble slightly. Add rice & Ingredients for sauce – stir-fry for a few seconds. Then add barbecued pork and green peas. Stir fry until rice is aromatic.

4. Add scallions and turn off heat.

5. Mix well and serve.

Notes: (quoted from

1. The main key to making fried rice is using rice that has been previously cooked. Older rice is dryer, reducing your chances of ending up with a dish that is wet and gloppy. Day old rice is fine, but rice that is 2 or 3 days old is best. Rub the rice between your fingers to get rid of any clumps before cooking.

2. Long grain rice, which comes out fluffier and is less sticky than other types of rice, is perfect for fried rice dishes. One of the secrets of fried rice is that the ingredients are cooked separately.

3. At Chinese banquets, fried rice is frequently served at the conclusion of the main meal, before the dessert course.

Food and Pottery – week one

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Food and Pottery - week one

Powisset Farm CSA started this week – distribution was amazingly GREEN! Lettuces, Spinach, Kale, Scallions and so much more. Here is my food and pottery connection for week one:

Spinach Salad~

fresh spinach leaves
sliced hard boiled eggs
crumbled bacon
red onion
sliced mushrooms
homemade croutons

3 T olive oil
3 tsp red wine vinegar
2 tsp dijon mustard
1/2 tsp sugar
salt and pepper

serve in:

Wheel thrown big bowl ~ glazed in dishwasher safe dark blue glaze

For sale at Cristina Hurley Gallery located at 554 Washington Street in Canton, MA.