I've been making no-knead bread since reading about it in the New York Times a few years ago. It makes a loaf of bread that will amaze your friends - if it ever gets that far. In our family, the bread never lasts more than an afternoon.
Why am I telling you all this? Because Judith Motzkin's been making no-knead bread, too. And where I had to do with an odd covered casserole, she up and made herself a bread pot.
To our great delight, she made enough to share with us. Here are some getting ready for the kiln:
Come by to pick one out in person, or email us for photos of current stock. They're all slightly different and each one has Judy's rye bread recipe written inside the lid so you'll never forget how to make the easiest bread ever.
Bread pots include a little note from Judy that says "because I needed one."
We need one, too.