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Small induction roasting dish

featheronawire | Nov 30, 201203:12 AM     18

Anyone have any ideas what I can find out there. I have been googling for the last six months to find something like a heavy duty rectangular cake tin which I can use for roasting and making gravy on the hob afterwards, I found a brilliant roaster made by Ready Steady Cook with a lid which is brilliant for open roastin in the lid, closed roasting for chickens etc with the lid on, goes atraight on the hob for gravy BUT it is too big for weekday nights when I am just cooking for two. I like to do roast potatoes in goose fat so it would be great to cook those separely from the meat...... I can't be the first with this problem. Tell me I don't have to go back to civilisation to get gas, I like living in the middle of nowhere.

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