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The cast iron skillet is also half price at £12.
Lots of baking sheets, roasting pans and cake tins half price. There are 2 ranges
1) the heavy-duty, non-stick that is, supposedly, used in the Waitrose kitchens.
e.g. -large roasting tin, £8.
That was the only price I saw but it's quite a large range of cook and bakeware which include loose bottom flan tins, round and rectangular; various sized cake tins; roasting pans; baking sheets; brownie tins etc.
2) the other is hard anodised aluminium e.g.-
large roasting pan with trivet, £20
large baking tray, £9
small baking tray, £6
Both ranges come with a 20 year guarantee.
NB Online the boxes shown are the usual ones and are listed as all-butter shortbread but instore they're decorated with their Christmas theme and classed as Scottish shortbread
BBD on mine is 30th July 2018
Think offer is until 22nd November
Interesting, I wonder what the difference is between that and my Le Creuset equivalent at £200.
Even I have to admit that Le Creuset prices over the past year or so have become utterly ludicrous.
They also seem to be introducing another half price event.
All good, although I am not sure how much more Christmas food I can take....
Some good packets of mixed nuts ( 50p for 200g ) and salted peanuts ( 75p for 400g ) . Ones I bought where dated into May , so no need to eat yet
appears to run until 23rd Jan