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Congratulations to Tony Lochwinnoch in Scotland
OUR NEXT COMPETITION STARTS LATER THIS WEEK.
 
Genevieve Taylor is a live fire and BBQ expert, author of 12 books, teacher at her own fire cooking school and renowned for her live cookery demonstrations at food festivals around the country. In our opinion, this is Genevieve’s best book yet and thanks to publishers, Hardie Grant, we have a copy of SEARED to give away along with a Netherton 12” prospector pan.
 
       
 
“Seared is a one-stop shop for recipes and practical advice that will help you get the most from cooking meat on your barbecue, beginning with the science of why we need to cook different cuts in different ways and the physics of how fire works.” It is full of mouthwatering recipes for Beast and Bird and includes ideas not only for the more usual barbecue go-tos, but also rabbit, venison, goat and veal.
 
   
 
Netherton Foundry was thrilled to be invited to the launch of Seared late last month. Sunshine, margaritas, great food, the BBQ pirates and Lost and Grounded Brewers beer make for a great Saturday afternoon.
 
      
 
And SEARED, The ultimate guide to barbecuing meat, is a must for everyone already committed to, or thinking of starting, cooking with fire.
It kicks off with an informative introduction, explaining the principle of meat cookery, definitions of “good meat” and “good fire” and describing the kit you need and how to use it.
Read this – I know, I know, the instruction leaflets are always chucked in a drawer and ignored, but if you read this it will make ALL the difference.
And the section on Good Meat is really important; as Genevieve said at the launch, “we shouldn’t be eating cheap meat 2 or 3 times a day, far better to eat good meat 2 or 3 times a week.”
We are not going to delve into the bio-diversity debate here, but we urge you to read the section on regenerative agriculture.
And then on to the fun bit, how to cook beasts, birds and what to do with the leftovers, yes leftovers, because everyone knows that leftovers are “the best bits”.
And if you thought that barbecues were simply burgers, sausages and steaks, then you are in for a surprise. The section on beasts has recipes for goat, veal, rabbit and venison, there are offal recipes in the bird section and recipes for you to make your own sausages, four different burgers and ten recipes for steaks.
 
   
 
To be in with a chance of winning  a copy of SEARED and a Netherton 12” prospector pan, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag as many friends as you like.  
 
You do not have to be on social media to enter.
But you must answer these simple questions. 
Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here  and remember to include your address and tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media. Do please follow us for news and updates. 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 5th June and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
 
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Well done Iain from Manchester. 
Thanks to Harper Collins, we have a copy of Marcus Wareing’s new book, Marcus’ Kitchen to give away.  The book is full of “the food that Marcus loves to create and share at home with his family and friends”
 
 
The stunning new cookbook from Michelin-starred chef, Marcus Wareing.
Welcome to Marcus Wareing’s kitchen – learn to cook the Michelin-starred chef’s favourite home-cooked recipes and enjoy his most mouth-watering meals.
This is the food that Marcus loves to create and share at home with his family and friends. From delicious weeknight suppers and weekend wonders, to showstopping dishes and special desserts, there is something satisfying and flavoursome on every page.
With chapters including Worth the Wait, introducing the art of slow-cooking; Market Garden, featuring a wealth of vibrant vegetable recipes, and Simply Essential, showing you how to super-charge your staples and leftovers, this book shares Marcus’s huge knowledge and expertise to help you create incredible dishes, such as his Rosemary and Malt-glazed Lamb Belly; Nduja and Feta Ravioli; Peach, Radicchio and Smoked Almond Salad and St Clement’s Treacle Tart.
Alongside the recipes he loves, Marcus also reveals the very best techniques, tips, tricks and processes he has learned throughout his career, so you can master all of your dishes with confidence.
The kitchen is the place where people come together to eat, unwind and express themselves. Discover Marcus’s Kitchen and experience the joy of creating and sharing truly memorable meals.
 
And in celebration of the appearance of a whole range of Netherton pans on his recent TV series Tales from A Kitchen Garden, we are going to add a 12” frying pan to the prize.
 
 
 
To be in with a chance of winning, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag as many friends as you like.  
 
You do not have to be on social media to enter.
But you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. Where did Marcus grow up?  https://www.marcuswareing.com/story/
  2. What type of wood is used for the frying pan handle covers?
Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here  and remember to include your address and tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media. Do please follow us for news and updates. 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 1st May and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
 
Find out more about Marcus and his award winning restaurants here. 
Below is a short insert from episode 1 of Marcus Wareing’s Tales from a Kitchen Garden on BBC. Marcus gets to cook Mangalitza pork on open fire outdoors using a Netherton frying pan.
 
 
See all the episodes of Tales from a Kitchen Garden on BBC iplayer here. 
 
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Congratulations to Veronika in Hurst near Reading, your prizes are on the way to you 20/4/22

Joe Woodhouse and his Ukrainian wife, Olia Hercules are caught up in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with both Olia’s parents and her brother living there and facing the conflict on a daily basis. 
 
 
They are fronting fund raising events and campaigning tirelessly to raise awareness of what is happening.
Their lives are beset with pain, grief, anger
But there are always bright spots to cheer us and amidst all of this horror we have the arrival of Joe’s fabulous book, Your Daily Veg.  Deliciously simple cooking that just happens to be vegetarian, Your Daily Veg celebrates everyday vegetables in a fresh and modern way. Chapters focus either on one core vegetable or on a group of similar vegetables, celebrating seasonality and encouraging you to experiment.
 
   
 
We are giving away a copy of the book, along with one of our 12” griddle plates.
 
 
To be in with a chance of winning, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag as many friends as you like.  
 
You do not have to be on social media to enter.
But you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. What type of vegetables are featured on our 12” griddle plate?
  2. Joe has used his food photography skills to great effect in his book, but what else does he photograph?
Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here  and remember to include your address and tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media. Do please follow us for news and updates. 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 17th April and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
 
Find out more about Joe Woodhouse here.
Buy a copy of Your Daily Veg now.
Have a look at the Netherton Foundry 12 inch Griddle plate here.
 
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A massive thank you to everyone who entered our Ukrainian appeal raffle, helping us raise a massive £14, 250 which has all been sent to The Disasters Emergency Committee.
 
    
 
Today we met Alla, who fled Kjiv with her two young children, leaving her husband and parents behind in the war stricken capital.  She is currently living with Sylvie, 20 miles from our Highley workshops.   Sylvie worked very hard to contact Alla, initially through Facebook and is helping her and other refugees who have sought safety in the UK.
Alla’s 6 year old daughter starts school on Monday – we are sure she will make lots of new friends.
 
 
Alla kindly agreed to draw the prize winning ticket out of the hat for us.
And we are pleased to announce that the winning ticket, 32247, was bought by Jim from Church Stretton and we will be delivering his prize next week.      Netherton Foundry 23/4/22
 
For the next few weeks we raising money for DEC Ukraine Humanitarian appeal.
We are currently running a prize raffle which we would love you all to join in, Click here to see details and buy tickets.
Raffle closes on the 17th of April 2022.
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Well done Alex from Radstock in Somerset, your great prize will be with you soon. 7/3/22

Kaukasis, a beautiful book by Ukrainian food writer, Olia Hercules

Olia is a Ukrainian, living in the UK.  Our thoughts are with her, her family and with the whole of Ukraine.
 
 
 
Please follow Olia’s Instagram and Twitter  accounts  https://www.instagram.com/oliahercules/?hl=en and  https://twitter.com/Olia_Hercules?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthorto where she is chronicling the events as they unfold and where you can also read her thoughts and reactions to what is happening in her homeland.
 
If you follow her, you can find out about how it feels to be a Ukrainian living in the UK with family still in Ukraine, read about her linked Ukrainian and Russian ancestry and the history of so many others and see her solidarity with her Russian friend Alissa Timoshkina https://www.alissatimoshkina.com/
This is not a conflict between the Ukrainian and Russian peoples.  Olia’s commentary is raw and real.
Note: We've put this on our competition page as we hope it will reach the largest audience. 
 
 
In a spirit of solidarity we are running a competition to win a copy of her book, Kaukasis,
 
     
 
and a Netherton Foundry 12” chapa. 
 
 
Here is what a couple of our favourite writers have to say about it:
  • “Olia Hercules is a storyteller-foodwriter, and a wholly original voice in the kitchen – there’s not a recipe of hers I don’t want to cook immediately” Nigella Lawson
  • “This is an incredible book – as I began to leaf through I started to smile, and I didn’t stop” Diana Henry
  
To be in with a chance of winning, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag as many friends as you like.  
 
You do not have to be on social media to enter.
But you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. What is the capital of Ukraine?
 
Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here  and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media, do please follow us for news and updates.
 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 6th March and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
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Congratulations to Tanya from Hampshire, we are sending out your prize on 25/2/22.

The prize for our February competition is one of our brand new 11" (28.5cm) Spun Iron Crepe Pans

We’ve made a brand new crepe pan for this pancake day, that's Shrove Tuesday on the 1st of March this year. We’ve listened to the comments from our friends and regular customers and the new version has a wider rim and base so you can easily make a large 9½ inch ( 24cm) pancake. We’ve also made the sides shallower and increased the radius between the base and side to make it easier to slide the crepe out of the pan. 
We’re sure you’ll love it as much as we do. We have a wood handled model, an oven safe version and soon we'll add an ultra cool crepe pan with ebonised handle.
 
   
 

It takes 90 seconds to cook the perfect pancake, watch it done in 5 seconds!

 
To be in with a chance of winning, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag 2 friends.  
 You do not have to be on social media to enter.
 
But you must answer these two questions. 
  1. What's the day after Shrove Tuesday called?
  2. How thick is the base of the crepe pan?
  3. Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media, do please follow us for news and updates.
 
The competition closes at midnight on Thursday 24th of February and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
 
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Congratulations to Nancy in Wisbech.
 
A quick competition to provide you with inspiration for the Fortnum and Mason Platinum pudding competition.
 
We have a copy of judge, Regula Ysewijn’s splendid book, Pride and Pudding to give away to one lucky winner.
 
 
Simply write to us, at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk, with your name and address and we will pick a random name out of the virtual hat at one minute past midnight on Thursday 27th January.
 
Please make sure your entries arrive by midnight on Wednesday to be included in the draw.
 
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Congratulations to Dan in Bristol, we are sending out your prizes on 20/1/22.  

Cravings are not the preserve of the pregnant, we all get that urge to eat something comforting, refreshing, sweet or spicy from time to time.  That feeling when nothing else will do; it simply has to have a kick of chilli or a blast of sugar, the calming impact of something creamy or a citrussy wake up call.
And it’s for those moments that you need Ed Smith’s new book Crave; not set out in any conventional cook book order, such as “ingredient led” or course by course, this book speaks to your feelings, your gut instincts and is arranged by flavour profile.  So when the itch for something “rich and savoury” or “tart and sour” cannot be ignored, then Ed will provide the scratching post. There is even a section on “Something to eat on the sofa”.
 
We have been enjoying working our way through our own copy, and now we have a copy for you to win, along with a 10” oven safe frying  pan, which Ed uses in the book.
 
To be in with a chance of winning, follow these simple instructions: If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Follow us on Twitter then find the pinned competition tweet and retweet it.
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like it and our page and then share the post
OR follow us on Instagram, find the competition and like it, comment and tag 2 friends.  
 
You do not have to be on social media to enter.
But you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. Ed was shortlisted for ‘Best Recipe Writer’, The Guild of Food Writers Awards 2021. Who else was on the short list?
Finally send the answers to us by clicking/tapping here and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media, do please follow us for news and updates.
 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 16th January and we will announce the winner during the following week.
Please let us know if you do not want to be included on the mailing list for our occasional newsletters.
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