Locally foraged sumac is combined with a high quality salt and may be purchased in 4 ounce increments. Jason Michael Thomas likes to sprinkle this fresh blend on most of the foods he cooks.
Sumac (no, not poison sumac) belongs to the cashew family and is a wonderful local alternative for recipes that call for lemon/ lime zest.
Lightly sour and citrusy, this finishing salt adds brightens to any dish.
(Tip: Sprinkle a tiny amount over your morning latte to contrast the sweetest. You won't regret it!)
We want to feed some creatives!
Rebecca Prowse of Gravesco Pottery and Jason Michael Thomas have teamed up with the Feed the Artists Project. A portion of the sale from select items will be used to purchase boxes of fresh food that are paid forward to the creatives in our community that have been impacted by Covid-19.
If you are an artist, creative, musician, designer, stylist, chef, actor, dancer, writer or other creative who could use a little help right now, we'd love to feed you! You can CLICK HERE to fill out the very simple application (basically your name and contact info) so we can get you on the list for a food box when they come available. We have a no questions asked policy. We just love feeding people and know you've been dealt a shit hand right now. If you know someone else who can help, please share this!
Let's get back to talking about the bowl! This is one of Jason's favorite bowls for serving appetizers, a small salad, dessert, a side dish or to use for food prep in the kitchen.
It measures approximately 6" diameter and 1.75-2" high. Every bowl is completely handmade and unique in its own way.
The vintage plague doctor image is a limited edition commemorative idea to provide a little humor in such a crazy time.
All our pottery is microwave and dishwasher safe.