Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Artisans

Nathaniel Mell and Wynn Bauer of Philadelphia’s Felt+Fat create earth-toned ceramics beloved by local chefs as well as other indie cooks across the country.

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Artisans

Artisan Rochelle Cheri Chavez uses her training in theatrical set design to create marble and granite tabletop pieces.

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The Brooklyn-based ceramist behind Clam Lab creates rustic, minimalist designs with all the hallmark irregularities of hand-thrown clay.

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Metalworker Chelsea Miller creates knives, graters and cooking tools out of old steel files originally used for shoeing horses or in mechanics’ shops. 

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Ann Ladson designs forks with slender handles and spoons with deep, shiny bowls, all with enough weight to feel good in the hand.

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To make her chunky wool table runners and trivets, Atlanta-based textile designer Sonya Yong James uses spinning and knitting techniques that have been around for millennia. 

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Stafford's pieces can be used as table runners or transformed into placemats or kitchen towels. 

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Artisans

Bay Area-based Silvia Song works with wood, but when she talks about her craft, she can’t seem to get away from food analogies.

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Best American Artisans

"I want my mouth and my patron's mouth to pop a wheelie when they drink the beer," says Travis Kauffman of Brooklyn's Folksbier. Get a glimpse of his methods in our newest artisant video by filmmaker James Casey.

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Best American Artisans

For F&W's new artisan miniseries, filmmaker/creative director James Casey of Swallow profiles a woodworker, a ceramicist, a chai producer and a brewmaster and finds the pleasure is in the process.

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