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Busy shipping your orders. Stay tuned for new updates in 2013! Last day for shipping to make sure it lands by Christmas is December 14th... Read More »


The MIGHTY Tieton

The MIGHTY Tieton

This coming weekend is the Mighty Tieton Holiday Craft Bazaar . Now, if you're like me, you might associate the words 'craft bazaar' with things like dolies, ceramic cats, and those lovely little knitted cozies for your toilet paper. So I know what you're thinking, BUT ! let me just let you in on a little secret...the Mighty Tieton Holiday Craft Bazaar is NOT your average bazaar! What you might just find: cool jewelry made out of old keys and typewriter letters, chunky knit infinity ... Read More »


VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: Johnson Orchards

Johnson Orchards is quite arguably one of my favorite places in Yakima; it's also where I spend a lot of my time (the commercial kitchen we rent to make our caramels is located on site). From the amber glow of the "Public Fruit Sales" sign, to the bins of seasonal fruit and friendly faces, this place never loses its charm on me. Copper Pot Caramels may have first taken shape in our home kitchens, but Johnson Orchards was the first place that ever sold our product. I ... Read More »


Just PIN it!

Do you use Pinterest? If not, you should... It's a virtual pin board, where you can save recipes, home decortating ideas, 'do it yourself' projects, and other great finds you come across on the internet. We've started a board with all our favorite things...caramel desserts, copper pots, and copper for the home. Come follow along at: Copper Pot Caramels Pinterest . Over the coming months, we'll be testing out new recipes and sharing them with you. IMAGES: 1 / 2 / 3... Read More »


Brownie Cookies With Salted Caramel Filling

Brownie Cookies With Salted Caramel Filling

Welcome to our blog! Did you know that Copper Pot Caramels are an amazing addition to any recipe that calls for caramel? Here is a recipe that I recently tried out using our caramel sauce. I could have eaten the whole bowl of frosting by itself! Try it out and tell us what you think. Recipe: Makes 24 one-and-a-half inch sandwich cookies. Preparation: Heat oven to 350 degrees. Line bake sheet with parchment paper. Ingredients: Brownie Cookie (adapted from Donna Hay): 12 oz. chocolate, chopped ... Read More »



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