A Recipe, a Video, and a SALE!!! Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing you a day of great food (served on great pots, of course) and great friends and family!

Here in the U.S., we celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday. Like many holidays, Thanksgiving celebrations typically involve lots of food, and family and friends coming together to reflect on what they are thankful for. So today, I thought I would say thank you to all of you all over the world for your continued support and enthusiasm for Ceramic Arts Daily.


Another American tradition is Black Friday – the day after Thanksgiving, when crowds head out in throngs to try to find great deals at the stores. As a sign of our appreciation of your support, we’re having a Black Friday sale this whole weekend! Today through Monday, November 26, 2012. take 10% off any purchase from the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore (plus get free shipping when you order online!)
Finally, for some Thanksgiving fun, I thought I would post a recipe that’s a little different than our usual recipes. I am also including a bonus video for making a vessel to go with it. Have a great day! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

Carrot Ginger Soup with Butter-toasted Cashews

Cup and saucer, 4 1/2 in. (11 cm) in height, stoneware with iron oxide and glaze, fired to Cone 6, by Cara Graver, Chester Springs, Pennsylvania.

  • Onion  –  1 large (chopped)
  • Carrots  –  6 large (scrubbed, cut into 1/2 inch slices)
  • Raw cashews  –  generous handful
  • Butter  –  a few tsp.
  • Ginger  –  2 in. piece (peeled, chopped)
  • Sour cream or yogurt  –  to taste
  • Salt  –   to taste
Sauté onion in butter or olive oil. Add carrots. Add water to cover, simmer until tender. Toast cashews with 1 teaspoon of butter. Add to carrot mix, along with chopped ginger. Purée the soup, adding water to adjust thickness. Salt to taste. Serve in the handmade pot of your choice with a dollop of sour cream or yogurt.

Want to make a cool bowl for your Carrot-Ginger soup?
Check out this video from Martha Grover!


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