Ceramic crafts all the rage in Okeechobee

Just for Fun Ceramics, 1033 Hunter Rd. in Buckhead Ridge, is a business fueled by a husband and wife team. Jack and Lola Fulce opened their doors just two weeks ago. What was once a hobby, has turned into a business. They have over 500 different molds and over 200 different glazes which are the paints you use to color your ceramic and they are all non-toxic. They have everything from frogs, bears, dinosaurs, fish, birds, your favorite football team, holiday pieces and so much more. This place is a must see!DSCN0124 DSCN0126
“It’s a lot of fun,” said Mrs. Fulce. They hold adult classes every Tuesday night at 5:30 p.m. If ceramics are not new to you and you want to come in to the studio at anytime and just pick a project and start on one, then you are more than welcome. They are open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kids classes are available.
“My husband loves the fishing here and I love the small town atmosphere, that people know people,” said Mrs. Fulce when asked why they opened their business here in Okeechobee.
For more on Just for Fun Ceramics check out the Facebook pagem give them a call at 863-261-4812 or just stop on in! Don’t forget to tell them Tammi sent you!

Enjoy this recipe of the week!
Wedge Salad on a Sticksalad
Ingredients: 8 (1-inch) wedges iceberg lettuce, 4 strips cooked bacon, cut in half, 8 grape tomatoes, 8 bamboo toothpicks, 8 teaspoons blue cheese salad dressing, 8 teaspoons crumbled blue cheese, or more to taste.
Directions:
1. Thread each lettuce wedge, bacon piece, and grape tomato onto each toothpick, respectively. Arrange toothpicks on a serving platter. Drizzle 1 teaspoon blue cheese dressing over each and sprinkle with blue cheese.

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Tammi Kelly

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