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Archived Netherton Foundry competitions

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Congratulations to Tania from London.
The latest addition to the Netherton range is the 9” version of our popular chef’s pan; deep sides with a gently curved profile.
 
 
These pans have a broad cooking area across the base giving them a versatility that lends itself to everything from the perfect omelette, to sautéed vegetables, perfectly seared steak, crispy skinned fish and super sauces.
British made from 99.1% pure spun black iron. 
The handles are attached with durable, annealed solid iron rivets.
And we are going to give one away!
 
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. The wooden mould patterns turned by Ryan to make the tools to spin these pans were made from jelutong. What is jelutong and where does it come from?
  2. The curved pan profile makes it great for folding what?
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 26th 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.
 
Find the full range of Chef\'s pans here:
 

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Congratulations to Steph in Derby.

A word or two about pie, from Nigel Slater’s A Cook’s Book:
“In 1988, I wrote a story about the joys of pie.  I wanted to include a recipe that required no culinary skill whatsoever….. ‘Easy as pie’ pie……..I simply piled the fruit in the middle of the rolled out pastry and folded the edges over the fruit.  I had no idea if it would work. My fear being that the pastry would unfurl and the fruit come spilling out.  To my surprise, the crust stayed in place and the pie was a success.”
 
He then included a recipe for plum and blackcurrant free form pie, baked on a Netherton Foundry heavy duty baking sheet in A Cook’s Book.
So whether or not you have any culinary skill, you can enter our competition to win a copy of the book and one of our heavy duty baking sheets, so you can create one of Nigel’s easy as pie pies yourself.
 
 
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. In 2020 Nigel was awarded an OBE in the New Years Honours List.  For what did he receive the award?
  2. With whom did we develop the heavy duty baking sheet?
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 22nd 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.
 
Find out more about Nigel here: https://www.nigelslater.com/
 
 
See all of our bakeware range here: https://www.netherton-foundry.co.uk/baking-tins
 

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SPICE, the latest book by Mark Diacono is as warm and enticing a book as the smell of Christmas pudding.The writing, as ever with Mark, is as entertaining as the recipes are enticing and the descriptions of each spice are immaculately detailed.
 
 
The first couple of sentences will evoke memories, good and bad, in many; the Dark Ages of spice use in the UK, when curries were exotic and black pepper virtually unknown.  And yes, you younger folk, not all towns had supermarkets in the days when phones were still in boxes or attached to the hall wall!
“Until the first supermarket came to town, there were only two spices in the house: a small pot of white pepper and a tall jar of small, dark red chillies Dad kept in an old Nescafé jar.  Every Saturday when we got back from doing The Big Shop, the scent of chillies and cheap mince hitting hot lard would reach my bedroom.  Even from there, I could tell when he added the first of many shakes from the small pot of white pepper”.
The whole rambling and often acrimonious argument about cultural appropriation is deftly and sensitively addressed in a single page.
 
      
 
There will be spices you think you know about and about which you will discover a surprise.
“Cinnamon: Cinnamon’s early traders guarded its origins closely: it was harvested from an unknown land by giant birds who built their clifftop nests with its fragrant sticks, in turn collected by those brave enough to distract the fearsome creatures with slaughtered oxen.”
There will be spices, which I’ll warrant you haven’t heard of unless you are a serious spice student.  Achiote, Ethiopian passion berries and kokum are all revelations to us. Then the blends, from advieh to za’atar, where perfect partnerships show that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
 
When you have devoured and digested these sections you can get stuck in with a selection of recipes that will instil and enhance a love of all things spice.
 
And thanks to the generosity of publishers Quadrille, we have a copy of SPICE to give away with a Netherton 10” prospector pan, the pan used for both Chipotle eggs in purgatory and José Pizarro’s Chicken with pimenton de la vera.
 
   
 
To be in with a chance of winning these,  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. Why did Mark set up Otter Farm?
  2. Which popular food magazine/website voted the Netherton Foundry prospector pan “the best overall skillet”?
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 Saturday 31st December 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.
 
 
See all the Netherton Foundry Prospector pans here.
 


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Win! A handmade pan and sea salt giftbox bundle worth over £150 from Netherton Foundry and Halen Môn

 
We\'ve partnered with our friends at Halen Môn to offer a gift bundle that would be high on any food lover\'s Christmas list. 
The prize includes:
- 1 x 10" (26cm) handmade Spun Iron Sauté Frying Pan and lid from Netherton Foundry 
- a Halen Môn Best-sellers Landscape Giftbox containing six standout seasonings 
 
To win this absolutely delicious prize, simply enter your email address below. The competition closes at midnight on 2nd December 2022 and is open only to UK residents.
(To make the buckwheat pancakes pictured above, see our recipe here.)
Pob lwc/ good luck!
(this link takes you to the Halen Môn website competition page)


For this Autumn competition on Instagram, we\'ve teamed up with Certainly Wood and Hobbs House bakery.

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Here\'s the basic info from @certainlywood........
We\'ve partnered with @hobbshousebakery and @nethertonfoundry to bring you the ultimate outdoor baking bundle worth over £174!
Cooking outdoors and learning new skills using your fire pit or fire is something we\'re passionate about, and so are Hobbs House Bakery and Netherton Foundry, which is why we\'re excited to bring you the chance to win:

A Hobbs House Sourdough Baking Kit worth £37.00
8" Crotcha Pan from Netherton Foundry worth £77.20
4 bags of Grill and Chill Kiln Dried logs and a pack of KindleFlamers from Certainly Wood worth over £60

To enter, all you need to do is like this post, tag your baking buddies in the comments and make sure you\'re following @hobbshousebakery@nethertonfoundry and @certainlywood_
Good luck, entries close at midnight on the 6th November.
 

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Congratulations to Levi in Nottingham

 

Jeremy Lee has a culinary CV, bursting like an overstuffed raviolo with experience and variety, and has been the head chef and voice of Quo Vadis in Soho since 2012.   
 
 
So when the publication of his first and eagerly anticipated  cookery book, COOKING, Simply and Well, For One or For Many, finally arrived, there was joy throughout the land.
 
 
And thanks to the generosity of publishers 4th Estate, we have a copy of Cooking to give away with a Netherton 10” prospector pan.  The pan he used to create a dish of Pommes Anna, baked to the colour of autumn gold.
 
  
Photos by Elena Heatherwick. see more of her work on Instagram.
 
To be in with a chance of winning these,  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 does “Quo Vadis” mean?
  2. There is a stunning photo of a 10” prospector pan on our website; sitting on a table with a knife and fork and three green chillis.  Who took the photo?
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 23rd October 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.
 
Jeremy Lee on Instagram.
 
 
See all the Netherton Foundry Prospector pans here.

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Congratulations to  Michael in Bristol.
 
Writer, cook, and stylist Sara Silm has travelled the world from Asia and North Africa, to South America and Europe before settling down with her family in the Béarnaise village of Montfort, located in the Aquitaine region of France, in 2015. And she has managed to distil the very essence of the French countryside between the covers of her book, How to French Country.
More than a dozen pages of startlingly beautiful photographs pave the way to the Preface – The Way Home.  This section is filled with evocations of landscape and colour; “colour sorcery…rendering everything pastel-smudged”, “colourful jewels of foliage, golden topaz, amber and garnet”, and skies which are either powder blue, blushing with pink and lavender or storm bruised steely blue and purple.
 
 
By page 23 we are ready to pack up all our belongings and head across the Channel, not in search of a “new chapter with a grand plan”, but simply caught up in Sara’s reverie.
 
 
Thereafter, she leads us through each room in her new home, describing the renovations from floor to ceiling; taking in the lighting, furniture and finishes, along with all the little extras that stamp their own and their owners’ personalities on to a living space.  There is a balanced combination of inspiration – planning a colour palette – with practicalities – power points and plumbing, whilst also balancing the books!
 
 
 
Finally we arrive, enraptured and slightly envious at Part 4, Living with the Seasons; the French Country Kitchen – the very heart of any French country home.
Most specifically we are drawn to the Autumn Kitchen, which reveals a very British Netherton Foundry prospector pan being used for a dish of quails and grapes.
And thanks to the generosity of publishers Thames and Hudson, we have a copy of How to French Country to give away with a Netherton 12 inch prospector pan.
To be in with a chance of winning these,  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 French word for Castle?
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 28th August 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.
 
 
A 90 second YouTube video to give you a flavour of Sara\'s Chateau life.
 
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Congratulations to Tony Lochwinnoch in Scotland
 
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.
 
 
Here are some (most?) of the competitions that we've run from November 2018 up to December 2021
It's good to look back at some really good recipe and food books that have published in recent years. Pleased to say we've been feature in quite a few of them. 
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We had lots of entries to check on this very popular competition! We are pleased to confirm Diya in London is the winner of this Nigel Slater competition. We are shipping out the lovely prizes today 21/12/2021  
A Cook’s Book is the story of Nigel Slater’s life in the kitchen.
From the first jam tart Nigel made with his mum standing on a chair trying to reach the Aga, through to what he is cooking now, this is the ultimate Nigel Slater collection brimming with over 200 recipes.
 
 
And we have a copy of A Cook’s Book, for you to win, along with a 10” pie dish and an 8” prospector pan, which he uses for his Cumberland sausage and Cheddar roast-potato mash.
 
 
This is bangers and mash on another level!
We think that this is an absolute cracker of a book, but don’t just take our word for it:
 
'This is a book for life....This, and it’s high praise, is Slater’s best book’  Diana Henry, Sunday Telegraph.
 
‘It’s so good. I think it’s his best one’ India Knight, Sunday Times.
 
‘It is beautiful’ Grace Dent.
 
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. How long has Nigel been writing his column for the Observer?
  2. Alongside the pastry trimmings, what are the two pie making essentials sitting on the wooden board on the photo of Annie’s pie?
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 19th  December 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.
 
 
 
 
Nigel Slater has a website full of amazing seasonally themed recipes: Click here to find out more. 
 
The Netherton Foundry pans used in the book:
 
 
 
 

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We have a copy of ADVENT the new Christmas baking recipe book by Anja Dunk and a 12 inch Netherton Foundry Savarin ring to win during November.
 
     
 
'I love it. As soon as I opened this, I felt it was Christmas.' - Diana Henry
 
    
 
Advent celebrates the magical run-up to Christmas with over 100 classic German baking recipes. The Advent season is one of the most special times of the year, when candles twinkle, the Christmas tree is decorated, and the smells of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove fill the kitchen.
In her new cookbook Advent, Anja Dunk shares her recipes for the very best of traditional German festive bakes.
 
     
 
 
From lightly spiced Lebkuchen, frosted cinnamon stars, jam-filled ginger hearts, snow-capped coconut macaroons, to marzipan-filled Stollen, edible tree decorations, lucky meringue mushrooms and a gingerbread house dripping with candies and sugar icicles, you will find delectable spiced treats to fill your Bunter Teller and share with friends and family. Featuring Anja's own linocut illustrations and evocative photography, this is a stunning, comforting clothbound volume that will be a family favourite for many years to come.
 
           
 
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. Anja has a German mother and writes about German cooking, but where are her family roots?
  2. Who created the original Savarin ring?
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 21st of November 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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We have a copy of Lara Lee’s debut book, Coconut and Sambal, to give away, together with a 13” wok, featured in the book and one of our best sellers.
 
   
 
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. What kind of wood do we use to make the wok handle?
  2. What is the key ingredient of Tumis Kankung
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 7th of November 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.
 
 
 
 
 
See our full range of woks here
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Thanks to Quadrille Books, we have a copy of Claire Thomson and Matt Williamson handy new book Camper Van Cooking to give away, together with a 10” glamping pan, as featured in the book and a useful piece of kit, however small your cooking area is.
     
 
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. Where do we take our glamping pan for a scramble?
  2. What kind of pan do Claire and Matt use for their toad in the hole?
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 22nd August 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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Come back at the start of August for the next one.

SUMMER COMPETITION: Win a copy of Herb by Mark Diacono and a Netherton pan. 

 
   
Thanks to Quadrille Books, we have a copy of Mark Diacono’s  glorious new book, HERB, to give away, together with a 10” frying pan, as featured in the book and one of Mark's favourite pieces of kitchen equipment.
Describing himself as a gardener as well as a cook, Mark has created a plot to plate exploration of herbs both familiar and more adventurous.
The writing is knowledgeable and practical, but also lyrical, almost magical:
"Take the mojito, that holy alliance of rum, lime, sugar, soda and mint, so right that it makes this unconvinced man think of the occasional brilliance of our flawed species. And it is the mint that laces the show for the lime and rum to kick you so very perfectly in the consciousness."
 
 
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. What type of cheese does Mark recommend that you wrap in lovage leaves and store for a few weeks?
  2. Who took the photo of our 10” pan full of food by Kieran Creevy?
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 25th July 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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May has not got off to the most promising start weather wise, but we think it’s time to start looking forward to cooking outdoors and enjoying the long evenings.
Thanks to Quadrille publishers, we have a copy of Genevieve Taylor’s brand new book, Foolproof BBQ to give away, together with a 12” barbecue chapa, one of Gen’s favourite bits of outdoor cooking kit.
 
     
 
This lovely little book contains 60 simple, but delicious  recipes covering meat, fish, vegetables and desserts to make the most of your barbecue, such as these tantalising smashed burgers.
 
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.
Then you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. What is it that Genevieve will NOT eat under any circumstances? Find the answer here
  2. What is the height of our assembled 12”  chapa  Find out about the 12 inch barbecue chapa
Finally you need to 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.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 30th 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.
 
 

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Nigella Competition

Nigella Lawson had one of the very first loaf tins we ever made and she has been using them ever since.
You can see a picture of one of the special "First Fifty" tins, full of Breakfast Banana Bread, in Simply Nigella.
 
 
More recently, but no less gloriously there is a photo of Chocolate, Tahini and Banana Bread in a Netherton loaf tin in Cook, Eat, Repeat - the ultimate lockdown book. Everyone, it seemed was cooking banana bread and Nigella was no exception.
The eagle eyed among you may also have spotted the loaf tins in use during the Cook, Eat, Repeat TV programme.
 
 
Thanks to publishers, Vintage books, we have a copy of Cook, Eat, Repeat and a set of  Netherton Foundry 1lb and 2lb loaf tins to give away.
 
 
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.
Then you must answer these simple questions. 
  1. What type of bread did Nigella make in a Netherton loaf tin on her BBC TV show?
  2. How many stars did our reviewer give the loaf tin set?
Finally you need to 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.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 11th 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.
 
 

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Food for Thought, by Dr Annie Gray

  

When we are not cooking or eating food, you can often find us reading about it.  This charming little book, collated by food historian, Dr Annie Gray contains a "collection of food writing which loosely covers the development of British and British influenced food from...the end of the Middle Ages to...rationing during World War II.  From parties for the super rich to the desperation of the achingly poor".
It also happens to include the first naming of the classic sandwich sponge, in honour of Queen Victoria.
And so we are giving you the opportunity to win a signed copy of the book and one of our cake tins, so you can make your own Vicky sponge.
 
    
 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.
Then answer these simple questions. 
  1. Which Queen does Dr Gray describe as the Greedy Queen
  2. How many cherries can you count on our cake tin page? 
Finally you need to 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.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 14th 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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Mandalay, by MiMi Aye

It is always exciting to hear of chefs and cookery writers using Netherton pans and a huge thrill to see photos of them feature in their books. So it was a treat to open Mandalay, by Mimi Aye and find not just the most amazing array of tantalising recipes but also to see a 10” prospector pan on page 175.
We have a very special copy of Mandalay, MiMi’s absolutely beautiful book of Burmese cooking,  to give away, with a 10” prospector pan, just like the one she used for her crab curry recipe.
    
MiMi has sent us a signed and illustrated bookplate, which we have pasted in a copy of the book, so this is not just any prize this is a unique prize.
 
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is:
 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.
Then answer these simple questions. 
  1. Which 3 newspapers included Mandalay in their 2019 Books of the Year lists?
  2. How much does a 10” prospector pan weigh?
 
Finally you need to send the answers to us by clickining/tapping here and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 13th December 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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Home Cookery Year.

We have all been doing more home cooking during lockdown, but none more so than Claire Thomson, who has written this fabulous manual for home cooking throughout the year.
 
Cooking for four seasons, with over 200 recipes for all possible occasions, Home Cookery Year will take you from January to December, with the joys of picnics, parties, barbecues as well as the everyday, midweek what to have for dinner conundrum that we all face. From the challenges of feasts and frugality to the demands of Wednesday night to the delights of relaxed weekends in the kitchen, this book covers it all.
 
 
We are thrilled that our split chapa appears in the Summer section, and know that Claire and her family will be cooking outdoors even when the weather turns cooler and the nights grow shorter.  What better than to gather round a fire in the twilight, raise a glass and share some food.
 
 
So we are offering you the opportunity to win a copy of the book and a 15” barbecue chapa, so you can recreate your own mezze and many more dishes besides.
 
 
To win the competition first you need to do this:
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.
Then answer these simple questions. 
a) What two ingredients are always to hand in Claire’s kitchen? 
b) Who are the inspiration behind the chapas?
 
Finally you need to send the answers to us at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 20th September 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.
 



This competition is now closed 01.07.20

Life Kitchen

No doubt you have heard us talking about Life Kitchen ever since we attended the inaugural class at River Cottage back at the start of 2018.  It is an ambitious and innovative initiative to run free cookery classes for those suffering the appetite suppressing or taste altering side effects of cancer treatment

Since then, Ryan and Kimberley have gone on to great things, including the opening of their own cookery school in Sunderland and Ryan has published the Life Kitchen book, full of “recipes to revive the joy of taste and flavour.”  The book is described by Nigella Lawson as “a life changer: this is not gush but a statement of fact” and while it really has been a revelation to those for whom it will derive most benefit, the recipeas are to be enjoyed with gusto by everyone.  We speak from experience – we have shared them with Ryan and Kim and have made them ourselves at home.

Thanks to the generosity of Bloomsbury Publishing we have a copy of the book to give away and we will be adding a Life Kitchen spatula to the prize.  We designed these exclusively for Life Kitchen and we make a donation to them for every one we sell.

 To win the competition first you need to do this:

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.
Then answer these simple questions. 
a) Where will you find the Life Kitchen Cookery school in Sunderland? 
b) How many bubble holes are there on a Life Kitchen spatula blade?
Finally you need to send the answers to us at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Tuesday 30th 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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New competition 

Oats in the North, Wheat from the South is the latest baking book by Belgian writer Regula Ysewijn. 

It is a history of British baking, savoury and sweet and is jam packed full of tempting, tantalising treats.

We have a copy to give away and we are adding a 10" prospector pan, just like the one Regula uses in the book.

   

To win the competition first you need to do this:

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.

Then answer these simple questions. 

a) A famous British chef and food writer has written this on the back cover  “An excellent and diligently written book celebrating some super tasty British treats” – who is he? 

b) How many sizes of prospector pan do we make?

Finally you need to send the answers to us at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address

and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.

The competition closes at midnight on Tuesday 7th 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.

 




 

 

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED: Congratulations to the winner, Thom from Kent

We have teamed up with the Fieldware crew to offer you the chance to win one of their fabulous waxed cotton aprons and one of our 8" stockpots.

    

To win the competition first you need to do this:

If you have social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:

Follow us and Fieldware 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.  While you're there, please follow Fieldware too

You do not have to be on social media to enter.

Then answer these simple questions. 

a) What is the fabric weight of the Fieldware waxed cotton aprons?

b) What is the weight of our 8" stockpot?

Finally you need to send the answers to us at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address

and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday  22nd 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.


THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED 15.12.19 – congratulations to Lia from Scotland. 

Come back in early 2020 for a next competitons. 

From the Oven to the Table is the latest book from Diana Henry and is, without a doubt, our kind of book. 

And we have a copy to give away, along with a 12” prospector pan.  Yes, that’s right, the one featured on the front cover.

To win the competition first you need to do this:

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.

Then answer these simple questions. 

a) Who interviewed Diana for the Splendid Table?

b) How wide is the base of the 12” prospector pan?

Finally you need to send the answers to us at competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address

and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 15th December 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.

The 12 inch Prospector Pan

You can get all the details of the prospector pan range here

And you can buy a copy of Diana’s book here

 

The 12 inch Prospector Pan casserole is still available for Christmas delivery.

 


REGULA YSEWIJN COMPETITION

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED 10.11.19 – congratulations to Lisa

Regula is a fabulous Flemish food writer, with a fascination for historic british cooking.  You may have seen her on TV when Inside the Factory learned how Mr Kipling make Bakewell Tarts
Her book, Pride and Pudding is an absolute delight, with recipes for sweet and savoury, old favourites and ones you may never have heard of, but all delicious.
And if you are going to make a superb pudding, then what about the ultimate pudding pot? 
Our tin lined copper pudding pot was designed in collaboration with Regula and - drum roll, please - we have one to give away, along with a copy of Regula's book!

   

To win the competition first you need to do this:

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.
 

Then answer these simple questions. 

a) What does Regula's surname, Ysewijn, mean? 

b) What was the profession of Ambrose Crowle?

Finally you need to send the answers to us:

Send the answers to competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 10th November 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.
 

You can get all the details of the copper pudding pot here

And you can buy a copy of Regula's book here

 



ROMY GILL COMPETITION

This competition has now closed 20.10.2019

Congratulations to winner, Jen.  Enjoy your prize

Romy's debut book, Zaika, which means flavour, is packed with flavourful, vegan, Indian recipes, that everyone, including meat lovers will enjoy.
And we have a copy to give away, along with a 10" prospector pan.

    

 

To win the competition first you need to do this:

On your 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
 

Then answer these simple questions. 

a) which renowned 19th century wit and author is quoted on our prospector pan recipe page and 

b) who wrote the foreword to Zaika?

Finally you need to send the answers to us:

Send the answers to competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 20th October 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 Romy Gill MBE here and look out for her on the BBC when Ready Steady Cook returns to our screens next year

And if you want to buy the book, you can do so here.

Find out more about our Prospector Pans here:

 



Sourdough September

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW FINISHED 30/9/19 

Your chance to win one of our Spun Iron Baking Bell with a 12 inch Griddle and Baking plate, in a competition run by the lovely folk over at Peter's Yard, makers of stunning sourdough crispbreads.

Simply head over to their competition page for full details of how to enter: https://www.petersyard.com/sourdough-september-2019-competition/

Competition closes at the end of the month!

 


THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW FINISHED 18/9/19     

DIANA HENRY COMPETITION 

From the Oven to the Table competition:

This is the title of the latest book from multi award winning foodwriter, Diana Henry, published by Octopus Publishing Group and we are looking forward to getting our hands on a copy.
As if the prospect of a collection of "simple dishes that look after themselves" were not tempting enough, you can win a set of three Netherton prospector pans as used throughout the book.
So when the book is released on 19th September, you will be ready to cook, just like Diana
 
For a chance to win this Netherton Foundry set as used in ‘From the Oven to the Table’ by Diana Henry, simply pre-order the book in any format (hardback or ebook), attach proof of purchase (screenshot or image of your receipt), and enter your name and email address via the entry form below. Entry is only available to residents of England, Scotland or Wales. You must be 18 or over. The giveaway closes on 16th September at 11:59pm.
Good luck!
 
 
Now, pre-order your copy of Diana's new book, FROM THE OVEN TO THE TABLE , Pre-Order Hard back or ebook here:  Amazon UK   Amazon US  Barnes & Noble
Keep your proof of purchase and send in your entry: https://pages.hachette.co.uk/diana-henry-competition/
 
Find out more about the prospector pans here: https://www.netherton-foundry.co.uk/double-handle-pans
 
    
About the book
Diana Henry’s favourite way to cook is to throw ingredients into a dish or roasting tin, slide them in the oven and let the heat behind that closed door transform them into golden, burnished meals. Most of the easy-going recipes in this wonderfully varied collection are cooked in one dish; some are ideas for simple accompaniments that can be cooked on another shelf at the same time.
From quick after-work suppers to feasts for friends, the dishes are vibrant and modern and focus on grains, pulses and vegetables as much as meat and fish. With recipes such as Chicken Thighs with Miso, Sweet Potatoes & Spring Onions, Roast Indian-spiced Vegetables with Lime-Coriander Butter, and Roast Stone Fruit with Almond and Orange Flower Crumbs, Diana shows how the oven is the most useful bit of kit you have in your kitchen.
 
 
 


PREVIOUS COMPETITIONS:


THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW FINISHED      The winner will be announced in the next few days 19/8/19  

Win a signed copy of KAUKASIS by Olia Hercules and a Netherton Foundry heavy duty baking tray.

Kaukasis is a gorgeous book by Olia Hercules.  One of our favourite chapters, given our love of baking, is the one entitled Flour and Ash, featuring some mouthwatering  breads and pies. We have a signed copy of Kaukasis, which celebrates the culture and cuisine of the Caucasian people, to give away with one of our heavy duty baking sheets (you can choose the standard one or the range cooker one). Bet you didn’t know that kaukasis is Greek for snowy mountain top.
 

 

To win the competition first you need to do this:

On your 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

 

Then answer these simple questions. 

  1. Who inspired us to make the heavy duty baking sheet?  Hint: check out the description on the product page.
  2. Which two principal countries does Olia explore on her culinary journey through the Caucasus?   Hint: Answer can be found on the Amazon book page

Finally you need to send the answers to us:

Send the answers to competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address,
Say if you want  a regular or a range baking sheet (click on the links below for more info).   
and... tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram,  if you use social media.  Don’t forget to follow us for news and updates.
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 18th August 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.
 

About Olia and her book

Click here to see more and buy a copy of Kaukasis  

      

Find out more about Olia click here 

Have a look at the Netherton Foundry regular heavy duty baking sheets here.

   

Here is our heavy duty Range Baking sheets. 

    



Win a copy of CHARRED by Genevieve Taylor and a Netherton Foundry 12 inch Prospector pan.

We have a new competition to celebrate the start of summer and to share our love of outdoor cooking.
You can win a 12” Netherton Foundry prospector pan and a copy of Genevieve  Taylor’s fabulous new book, Charred, which is all about the magic that happens when glorious veg meet flame.
 
    
 

To win the competition first you need to do this:

On your social media accounts, please do one or all of the following:
Find the pinned competition tweet on Twitter and retweet it
OR find the competition post on Facebook and like and share it
OR find the competition on Instagram and like it, comment and tag 2 friends

Then answer these simple questions. 

  1. What is the base diameter of our 12” prospector pan?
  2. What are the Cambodian flavours that Genevieve uses to spice up her corn on the cob?   Hint: Answer can be found on the Amazon book page

Finally you need to send the answers to us:

Send the answers to competition@netherton-foundry.co.uk and remember to include your address  and...  tell us who you are on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
 
if you use social media and make sure you follow us.
 
The competition closes at midnight on Sunday 21st July 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.
 

 

RECENT COMPETITIONS:


31.05.19      THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW FINISHED 

Competition time
We have a new competition for you - and this one is an absolute cracker!

   

To celebrate DJ BBQ new Burger Book, we are giving away a copy of the book and a 15" barbecue chapa to cook your burgers on.

Find out more about the Burger book here. 

   


10.04.09    THIS COMPETION HAS  NOW FINISHED 

NEW COMPETITION
Following our recent success being chosen as the Best Buy wok in the Independent, we now want to share our enthusiasm for Oriental food. 
Chinese food is one of Britain’s favourite takeaways. 

   
But what about making it at home? Kwoklyn Wan grew up in the kitchens of his parents’ and grandparents’ Chinese takeaways and restaurants with his brother Gok Wan, who you may know as a style guru.
Kwoklyn has now written a cook book full of recipes to re-create yourfavourite takeway dishes at home. He describes his book as “the holy grail of Chinese takeaway and restaurant trade-secret dishes” and our 13” wok, with the Kwoklyn logo, is his favourite cooking pot and the perfect companion to his book.

Here's a chance to win a copy of Kwoklyn’s fabulous Chinese Takeaway Cookbook and a Kwoklyn Wan branded Netherton Foundry 13” wok.

Buy a copy of the Chinese Takeaway cook book here.

         

Just go to our competition page to enter:
https://www.netherton-foundry.co.uk/competitions

If you can’t wait to see if you’ve won, you can buy Kwoklyn’ s book here:
https://www.kwoklynwan.com/chinese-takeaway-cookbook/

Have a look at all the Netherton woks here:
https://www.netherton-foundry.co.uk/shop/spun-iron-woks

Won by Megan


9-15th December  2018     THIS COMPETION HAS  NOW FINISHED 

Val Stones book and baking sheet, won by Heidi

Find out more about Val here. 

Buy a copy of Val Stones, the cake whisper here. 


November 2018   THIS COMPETION HAS  NOW FINISHED 

Pie dish and Annie’s book won by Joe

   

Find out more and buy a copy of Pies and tarts here.

Read about Annie here. 



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