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Monday, 20 June 2016

WIN a Morsø Casserole Dish worth £139

Every kitchen needs a set of good pans. I've had some of my pans since I bought my first home in 1998, and many others I've collected along the way. Some have bitten the dust due to being cheap and flimsy and others have been disposed of due to not being compatible with my induction hob. By far, my favourite pans are of the cast iron variety due to the versatility of being able to use them in the oven and on the hob, as well as looking good when you serve straight to the table.

I've teamed up with Morsø to give away a fab cast iron 3.1 litre casserole dish to one of my lucky readers. 

Morsø have been around for over 162 years, starting with the production of stable windows, grave crosses, tools and pots & pans. Around the turn of the century they then began producing tiled stoves and woodburners, and only more recently, in 2015, turned their hand back to making black cast iron kitchen equipment.

WIN a Morsø Casserole Dish worth £139
The Morsø casserole, with its satin polished handle on top, really is a beautiful pot. It will be a treat for both the eye and taste buds of your dinner guests.
The casserole can be used in all sorts of ways and provides the ideal cooking conditions for simmering dishes, soup, whole-roasted chicken and quick pasta dishes, while also keeping the food hot for a long time.
The simple lid with elegant handle made from satin polished steel completes the compact shape. The size of the casserole is ideal for families of 4.  Suitable for all hob types (including induction), ovens, and grills

To be in with a chance of winning this gorgeous cast iron pan just complete the Rafflecopter widget below.




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442 comments:

  1. My husband would love this and would probably cook a big meaty stew.

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  2. i love to cook a beef stew and dumplings

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  3. I would use the casserole dish to make a sausage casserole :)

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  4. would be great for a lobby :)

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    1. I'm guessing you're from my neck of the woods ;-)

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    2. :) in staffs, mum grew up in s-o-t & was definitely a staple meal growing up, still love it now :)

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  5. Really fancy making a moroccan lamb and apricot stew!

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  6. I would use this for my Steak and ale casserole :D

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  7. lamb curry or lamb casserole thankyou

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  8. Would use for my chicken casseroles.

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  9. I think we would make a vegetarian sausage casserole with dumplings. :)

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  10. I would use it to make my pasta bakes in it

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  11. beef stew or maybe spicy chicken pasta bake xx

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  12. I would cook a tasty sausage casserole

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  13. I would use it for chilli con carne and casseroles

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  14. Chicken and chorizo paella

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  15. My youngest son's favourite - chicken in cider with root vegetables, together with jacket potatoes.

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  16. Love to make a nice chicken casserole

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  17. Would love this. Nice big family stew 😊

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  18. A delicious Moroccan lamb tagine

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  19. Sausage casserole is our family fave :-) We have it at least once a week, even in summer!

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  20. I would make a chicken casserole.

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  21. I would make a lovely sausage casserole

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  22. I would give it to my daughter to make her amazing curries and stews and then she would have no excuse not to feed me when I visit after work

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  23. I would roast a chicken with lots of garlic :)

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  24. I would make a big lamb stew, it is our favourite meat

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  25. Making hearty stews such as a spicy chicken and chorizo stew

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  26. It would be a vegetable tagine with lots of spice and butternut squash or come the autumn lots of warming soups.

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  27. Making hearty stews such as a spicy chicken and chorizo stew

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  28. A juicy root vegetable and kale casserole is always amazing (especially because I've usually left them to get old in the fridge and a casserole uses them up nicely)

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  29. Spicy lamb bhuna gosht.... very spicy :-)

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  30. Mainly meat dishes like stew, roast lamb etc

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  31. It would be ideal for a Lancashire Hotpot

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  32. I would make a good beef stew

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  33. I would use it for slow cooking.

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  34. Possibly a casserole not decided yet

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  35. I would make a garlic chicken casserole

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  36. I'm a big fan of one-pot cooking, so it's hard to choose a favourite really, but goulash always goes down will in this house!

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  37. i would like to do a chicken caserole
    from samantha price

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  38. Spanish chicken casserole.

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  39. Lots of casseroles and slow-cooked pork!

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  40. I would use it to make slow cooked chunky chilli

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  41. I would cook beef and dumplings.

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  42. Aspiring cook. Would LOVE this!

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  43. Would make a chicken casserole

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  44. Beef & vegetable casserole

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  45. Perfect for a slow cooked meaty ragu.

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  46. I would make a chicken and vegetable casserole.

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  47. I would make mince and tattles

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  48. Great for cooking Turkey casserole really slow

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  49. I would use it for sausage casseroles

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  50. making slow cooked meals !

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  51. I'd cook a beef stew with herby dumplings

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  52. I would love to cook a Beef Casserole with homemade dumplings in it

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  53. Has to be a good hearty chicken casserole, full of peppers and onions, sigh I'm hungry now!

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  54. Casseroles and stews, yummy batch cooking as well

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  55. Beef stew and dumplings - it's my fave meal x

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  56. Mmmm, slow cooked chilli & chorizo.

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  57. Jodie Holyoake9 June 2016 at 11:28

    To cook a nice chicken casserole

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  58. I would slow back a pork roast to make BBQ pulled pork

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  59. A lovely slow cooked chilli made with beef brisket and pork belly

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  60. I would cook Chicken Chasseur

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  61. I would definitely be doing beef stew and dumplings xx

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  62. Chicken and broccoli casserole

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  63. I would make either a casserole, a beef bourginon, goulash or maybe a mushroom stroganoff.

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  64. I would make a lovely sausage casserole

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  65. I would make a beef casserole with herb dumplings

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  66. i would use it to make my herby lam stew with cobblers x

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  67. mmm Beef and dumplings.
    @gavrc

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  68. I saw a yeastless bread recipe on YouTube that requires a dish like this. I would give that a try.

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  69. ooo loads ! first id pobably make a chorizo and chickpea bake its my favourite dish !

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  70. First things first - a hearty steak casserole

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  71. First of all I would make a chicken casserole

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  72. A Moroccan spiced lamb stew

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  73. I'd use it for curries, the first I made would probably be lamb madras

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  74. I'd love to use it for vegetarian stews, curries and chillies!

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  75. I would cook my favourite french beef & dumplings

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  76. christine shelley9 June 2016 at 16:54

    chicken casserole, our firm family favourite

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  77. to make a lovely lamb casserole xx

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  78. I would probably try it out on my barley and beef casserole, over roasted butternut squash halves. It's yummy and this fabulous casserole dish would do it justice. Thanks for the chance :)

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  79. I'd use it for lots of casseroles - first one would probably be chicken and mushroom with lots of vegetables.

    Hazel Rea @beachrambler

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  80. Laura McGuigan9 June 2016 at 20:05

    A vegetable stew or cheesy leekie pie

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  81. a slimming world one pot stew CHERYL HADFIELD

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  82. It would be perfect for cooking Dad's extra special recipe for his Irish Stew.

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  83. Beef casserole and dumplings - yum

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  84. I would use it to make beef stew and dumplings...my husbands favourite

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  85. The first thing I'd make is liver and bacon casserole

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  86. I would make my favourite, Beef bourguignon.

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  87. i would make sausage casserole, our fave!

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  88. A mixed bean, veggie sausage and wholegrain mustard casserole

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  89. Slow cooked lamb stew mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    Claire D

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  90. A nice pork and apple casserole

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  91. I would make a lovely lamb and root veg casserole

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  92. I would make a nice Beef Stew

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  93. We love to make stews and slow cooked pasta sauces in out house. But dishes like this are great for oven based curries too. It would get a lot of use that's for sure!

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  94. This looks great! Would be fab for making lovely stews and casseroles. I think the first thing I would make would be a lovely Goulash.

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  95. A spicy, rich and tomatoey four bean stew with coriander dumplings.

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  96. Great big veggie chilli con quorn, or veggie curry!

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  97. chicken casserole is a family staple!

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  98. I'd use it for all sorts - but my Spanish chicken and potato stew is a definite favourite in our household!

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  99. I would make all sorts of stews and casseroles in this gorgeous dish! Will keep everything crossed :) xx

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  100. I would make a hearty stew, probably lamb.

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  101. I would make a beef stew.

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  102. I would make a delicious beef bourguignon

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  103. I would cook my favourite beef stew and dumplings

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  104. I would love this to make ratatouille.

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  105. i have so many recipes for stews and curries that need a dish like this so that is what i would make - probably one of the curry / biriyani type of dish

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  106. I would love to win this and look forward to cooking lovely stews/casseroles in the winter. Fingers crossed

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  107. What a lovely pan! I'd be tempted to make some light veggie broths for the summer or a tangy caponata stew for the weekend

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  108. If I was lucky enough to win I would use it for stews

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  109. Jocon! A guatemalan dish with chicken or pork slow cooked in a roasted tomatillo (small, green tomato), jalapeno and cilantro sauce with onions and garlic. Bit of sugar to calm down the acidity. It's heaven...

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  110. a 3 bean chilli vegan style

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  111. I would make a chicken and bacon casserole.

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  113. I think I'd like to have a go at fish pie.

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  114. I would make sausage or beef casserole as our family love them, also cottage pie, or cheese and potato pie with crispy bacon Mmmmmm...... I might have to do cheese and potato pie for tea, I really fancy it now xxx

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  115. I would make use it to make slow cooked stews.

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  116. a A spicy chicken casserole and dumplings - leanne w

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  117. I'd cook a hearty vegetable stew with herby dumplings ... the perfect comfort food!

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  118. Spanish chicken, a favourite tea in our house :-D

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  119. Chicken and chorizo casserole. Yum :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  120. chicken casserole

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  121. cant beat a home made shepherds pie!

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  122. A classic cassoulet would be lovely

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  123. I would make a lovely Beef and Guinness Stew, I've tried it in a pan before but i know it would be nicer and richer in a proper casserole dish x

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  124. I'd use this casserole dish to make moussaka

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  125. I would make a traditional Liverpudlian scouse

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  126. I'd love to make a hearty stew.

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  127. beef stew and dumplings :) yummy

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  128. chicken stew and herby dumplings

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  129. I can think of lots of family recipes that I would love to cook in the Morso Cast Iron Casserole Dish but I think I would start with a gorgeous Somerset Pork Casserole :)

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  130. Smoked Hock and vegetable stew

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  131. chicken stew and dumplings, love it

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  132. sausage, black pudding and bean casserole

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  133. i would use this for a warming chicken and chorizo casserole :) yummy!

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  134. I'd use it for a slow-cooked beef bourguignon!

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  135. This would be great for doing beef olives

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  136. So many things! Veggie stew, casserole, chili and loads of new recipes waiting to be made.

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  137. Definitely a hearty sausage casserole, my favourite.

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  138. Either tagine or I would like to try my hand at gumbo.

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  139. I'd cook a homemade beef bourginon

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  140. a lovely vegetable casserole

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  141. I'd use it for my fave - shepherds pie :)

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  142. My dream will come true if i win one of these

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  143. I would make Lamb & Apricot Casserole, my husband loves this dish.

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  144. to make my dads famous cheese dish

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  145. A Bolognese sauce which needs a solid pot as it takes 3 hours to get it how I want it.

    Thanks

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  146. A hearty warm stew would be ideal in this pot

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  147. Ratatouille - a family favourite

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  148. maxime goodwin13 June 2016 at 15:58

    Beef Shortrib Asian stew trust me it is heavenly! :)

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  149. First I would cook braised cabbage with carrots and onions, finished with balsamic vinegar

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  150. Veggie pot pie and then I'd be thinking of something sweet to make.

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  151. A wonderful sausage casserole!

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  152. I'd do a slow cooked leg of lamb...

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  153. I love this. I would cook an amazing spanish stew.

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  154. I've seen a recipe recently for a sweet potato lasagne casserole which looks delicious, so I would cook that first

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  155. i'd make a yummy sausage casserole mm

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  156. I'd make a lovely sausage casserole yum

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