Here is my molcajete:

It’s of authentic Swedish post-modern design, because I never could figure out a good way to move a Texan model halfway across the continent. But this time, someone offered to pay movers to haul this Ikea one all the way from one coast to the other. Fine by me.

Sometimes, though, I use this set up for small jobs–like grinding coriander seeds and lemon zest to season last night’s sweet potato and broccoli frittata. Ikea pinch bowl, tail end of an unbranded juicer.

The frittata, by the way, though delicious, was the one dish in which the Clark Summit eggs have disappointed. Everything I’ve read led me to believe that fresh eggs from happy chickens would cook up much fluffier than other eggs, but this was one flat frittata.

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