BreadPots designed for baking no knead bread

…because I needed one.
Order a BreadPot here.

Fresh BreadPots image

Fresh from the Kiln

The BreadPots, from Judith Motzkin Studio, are designed for baking no knead method breads. The method was popularized in 2006 by Mark Bittman and Jim Lahey in the New York Times.   Made from high fired stoneware clay, it is strong and holds heat like a brick oven. Its handles are integrated and safe to use with an oven glove while hot. The BreadPots form gives an even well-shaped loaf.

Bake easy, tasty, crusty, beautiful bread every time. Each BreadPot is hand thrown, some are incised with breadquotes, recipes or brushwork on top. Breadpot customization is available for special occasions. More about options and variations.

Watch Fire-Clay-Flour from Edible Boston, Fall 2012
The parallels  are highlighted in this beautiful video about my BreadPots and pottery.

FIRE-CLAY-FLOUR, article by Andrew Janjigian, photos and this video by Michael Piazza

Fresh bread baked in BreadPots

BreadPots make crusty round loaves…smell that.

BreadPots — Judy Motzkin Studio —  Cambridge and Wellfleet, MA

Join our Mailing List

Find us on Google+
Like us on Facebook
Follow on Twitter