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Leon Medium Glass Preserving Jar, Red
Leon Medium Glass Preserving Jar, Red

This medium sized glass jar will help you have a go at kimchi, preserve your own lemons, or can be used as a salad lunchbox. It's perfect for everyday kitchen store too. Includes a blank sticker to customise and keep track of the contents.

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Leon Cast Iron Casserole Dish, 24cm
Leon Cast Iron Casserole Dish, 24cm

This cast iron casserole dish has been made to last. Easy to clean, with a black enamel interior and LEON starburst design on the lid, this is a beautiful showpiece as well as an essential piece of kitchen kit. Use it on the hob, in the oven or serve at the table. Ideal for stews, sauces, soups and of course casseroles, the dish is supplied in a beautiful, reusable pine box. Oven safe to 240°C/475°F/Gas mark 9 and suitable for use on all hobs, including induction. (Make sure the diameter of your pan matches the size of the induction hob cooking area). How to Season Cast iron lasts for generations, but only if you treat it well. The secret ‘tis the season. You will need to regularly season your cast iron griddle casserole dish to stop it from rusting. To do this, scrub your casserole dish in warm soapy water and dry thoroughly. Spread a thin layer of oil (vegetable oil works fine - no need to waste good extra virgin olive oil on this task) and rub into all of the crevices. Then, preheat your oven to 180°c and place the casserole dish on the middle rack. Let it bake for an hour then cool in the oven. Every time you use your cast iron, you should wipe out any bits of food with a paper towel. If there are any stubborn stains, try scouring with salt and a little warm water. Try not to use soap, because this damages the seasoning. Then, once dry, use a paper towel to coat your cast iron with a thin layer of oil. This will help protect against rust. The casserole dish will continue to build up its seasoning as you cook with it. Tips - If your cast iron does rust, we recommend using a metal wire scrubber or stiff brush. We prefer to use salt to scrub, rather than soap. It keeps the non-stick seasoning coating on better. - Do not marinate food in any of your cast iron cookware. Most marinades contain acid and this will damage the seasoning.

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Leon Small Glass Preserving Jar, Teal
Leon Small Glass Preserving Jar, Teal

This small sized glass jar will help you have a go at kimchi, preserve your own lemons, or can be used as a salad lunchbox. It's perfect for everyday kitchen store too. Includes a blank sticker to customise and keep track of the contents.

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Leon Stock Pot, 24cm, Yellow
Leon Stock Pot, 24cm, Yellow

This bright yellow stock pot will cheer up your kitchen with its sunny colour. It's enamelled inside and out and suitable for all hobs including induction (please make sure the diameter of your pan matches the size of the induction hob cooking area). It's also oven safe to 240°C/475°F/Gas mark 9. LEON one-pot mini cookbook featuring 15 recipes included.

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