Brown Sugar Keeper – Esplanade Riel
Deb Brown is a Manitoba potter whose love of working with clay started over 30 years ago. Whether working on the potters wheel or hand-building to create her pieces, each pot becomes an individual made to be used and enjoyed. Evidence of the handmade nature will be present on pots; sponge lines and finger marks, variations in size and glaze colors. All her pottery is made with a medium temperature stoneware clay and fired using glazes which are food, microwave & dishwasher safe. Pottery is for those who enjoy celebrating the everyday occasions. It’s not just for special occasions but rather, pottery makes every occasion special! Celebrate the everyday!
Soak the brown sugar keeper in hot water for 15 minutes. Pat dry. Place in container along with brown sugar to keep it soft. Repeat as necessary.
The Esplanade Riel is a landmark pedestrian bridge spanning the Red River in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A restaurant on the center of the bridge gives patrons an excellent view of the river during the summer months. Its construction is a side-spar cable stayed bridge and was completed in 2003.