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Black Cast Iron 2.25 Casserole Dish - £9.49 Deal Of The Day @ Nisbets
Black Cast Iron 2.25 Casserole Dish - £9.49 Deal Of The Day @ Nisbets

Black Cast Iron 2.25 Casserole Dish - £9.49 Deal Of The Day @ Nisbets

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Black Round Casserole Dish
Cast iron ensures even heat distribution.Cream enamelled interior.When properly seasoned, provides long life non-stick and rust free pan.All sizes are internal dimensions.Works with all heat sources; gas, electric, induction and ceramic top ranges.Attributes of cast iron means hot food stays hot for longer, providing greater energy efficiency.

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Original Poster

Just done a dummy order and with VAT, delivery, totals equals £16.66

Goods Value (Ex VAT) £9.49
Standard Delivery Cost Delivery Options £5.00
Total VAT £2.17
GRAND TOTAL £16.66

Behave Triker!

I have the larger one and can vouch for the quality.

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hex2;7165747

Behave Triker!I have the larger one and can vouch for the quality.



Busted.:giggle:....I haven't bought one...honest.:thumbsup:

Great deal. It costs £80 for the equivalent Le Creuset dish.

cant be having any of this... it's not Le Creuset only kidding.

I challenge anyone to tell me what the difference between this excellently priced casserole dish and it's enormously overpriced French equivalent is?

martinelsen;7171364

I challenge anyone to tell me what the difference between this … I challenge anyone to tell me what the difference between this excellently priced casserole dish and it's enormously overpriced French equivalent is?



These are not sealed inside, you have to seal them yourself and keep re-doing it every so often or it will start to rust. The overprices French ones have an enamel coating on the inside.

^ Thanks for clarifying that, as it said on the website they needed to be sealed I assumed there was no coating inside

jamie60509;7174264

These are not sealed inside, you have to seal them yourself and keep … These are not sealed inside, you have to seal them yourself and keep re-doing it every so often or it will start to rust. The overprices French ones have an enamel coating on the inside.



I have a good collection of cast-iron skillets that are years old and they have to be sealed by hand.

Call me old fashioned, but In my opinion this gives them that personal touch and it literally takes less than a minute.
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