Mason Cash 28cm (2-3 person)

Price: £29.95
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Manufacturer Description

stablished in the 1800's, Mason Cash is a long established and much loved brand synonymous with domestic kitchenware, and over the years has developed within bakeware, food preparation and even petware. The origins of Mason Cash can be traced back to a pottery that was already operating at Church Gresley in the heart of England in the 1800's. The name Mason Cash is synonymous with domestic kitchenware, in particular the classic cane mixing bowl, with its timeless exterior design and reassuring traditional values. The signature cane colouring that is used to this day originally came from the natural colour of the local area's clay. As historic as the mixing bowl and traditionally its partner, the white pudding basin is also part of this established brand. Now recognised all over the world, it is still used in the British Royal Household for Christmas puddings. Mason Cash's classic kitchenware is and has always been the choice of the discerning cook.

Product Features

Cooking and steaming food in tagines is delicious, healthy and easy, resulting in tender, succulent, natural and vitamin rich dishes. The Mason Cash tagine can be used in the oven or on a hob (hob cooking only with a heat diffuser). By soaking the Mason Cash tagine in water before cooking, users can intensify flavours and the succulence of food even further. The clay tagine had been designed to soak in flavour, improving meals every time it is used. Cooking in tagines has been practiced in North Africa for centuries, and has now been perfected by Mason Cash.