We currently have two competitions.
1. Win a copy of Pies and Tarts by Annie Rigg and the brand new Netherton spun iron pie dish
Who doesn’t love a pie?
We've made the spun iron pie dish in celebration of Annie Rigg's new book, Pies and Tarts. Published by food experts Quadrille, it's a glorious collection of all manner of pies and tarts, both sweet and savoury. Beautiful photos, tantalising flavours and crystal clear instructions make this a serious contender in the pantheon of baking books. “The radio’s on, the next hour is clear; and the kitchen is tidy.” This is the opening sentence of Annie’s book and even if your kitchen, like ours, is rarely tidy (although the radio is always on), then there is always an excuse for a pie. As the opening paragraph concludes ….”there’s something uniquely soothing about making a pie”. The book meticulously covers recipes for all manner of pastry, including some which we hadn’t come across, as well as a plethora of the most mouthwatering fillings imaginable. The only problem we have is selecting where to start!
Annie's pie, Annie Rigg, Sue from Netherton.
Tell us your own favourite tart or pie filling and identify the pie that Sue made to illustrate the pie dish which is now available on our website. Email your two answers, your name and address to : firstname.lastname@example.org
by 17th of November 2018. We will anounce the winner here and on our social media the following day. The winner will be selected at random by Netherton Foundry...good luck
2. WIN! A signed copy of Nigella's How to Eat and a Netherton Foundry cookbook stand
October 2018 marks 20 years since the original publication of Nigella Lawson's seminal guide to the pleasures of food and cookery, How to Eat. To mark this momentous anniversary it has been re-released as a VINTAGE Classics Anniversary Edition
, reaffirming its place as a pivotal must-read for any food lover. Inspiring a generation to feel at home in the kitchen, How to Eat is as relevant today as it was then, with a collection of laid-back recipes to encourage and Nigella's wonderful food writing - as delicious as her recipes.
This competition is run by the Happy Foodie, a great food and cookery book resource created by Penguin Random House who is Nigella's publisher.
Netherton Foundry, Shropshire, England.