“A Festive Winter Pick up”

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kerryhawkins (13 of 19)This weekend, Saturday, November 8th, Lisa W B Walker and Hog Wild Pottery will be at Powisset Farm in Dover, MA to sell their functional pottery from 10am to 5pm.  Here are some of the pieces you will find from me …

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egg separators

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spoonrests

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novelty bowls

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novelty mugs

In addition to a pottery sale, the farm stand will be OPEN! Powisset Farm has great walking trails too.  Come make a day of it and stay a few hours.  Hope to see you Saturday.

Hog WIld Pottery will have berry bowls, funky pitchers, and more from her farm to table collection.

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Food and Pottery – Week 6

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Powisset Farm CSA week six included beans, potatoes, zucchini and cucumbers. AND a visit with the local fish vendor, Jordan Brothers Seafood.

Each week, I treat our family to fresh fish purchased at the farm. I always ask, “What’s best this week?” and I have never been less than spellbound when I eat that fish for dinner. This week’s fish choice… scallops.

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Jordan Brothers Seafood is a family run business out of Brockton. They sell at other local markets (Dedham on Wednesday; Dover on Tuesday and Saturday), making it easy to purchase fresh local fish close to home. Always polite and knowledgeable, having them at Powessit Farm is a real treat!

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To go with my scallops, I picked yellow and green beans from the field and blanched them to retain that little bit of crunch.

The Food and Pottery Connection for Week 6 ~

Serve your local fish and veg on a handmade pottery plate. These two hang on the wall at Isabella Restaurant in Dedham, Ma as part of Dedham Square Artist Guild roving gallery. BUT they are for sale and can be purchased right off the wall (so to speak 🙂 )

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Pick one up for you and your dining companion!

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Food and Pottery

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Food and Pottery

I started the New Year with a meal of roasted beets with mustard dressing from Powisset Farm’s winter share in a bowl given to me by a potter friend. I didn’t see the connection between the food and pottery until I had eaten the last bite… Happy New Year!