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ONE PAN TO RULE THEM ALL

Whether you’re making Cajun biscuits and gravy or peach cobbler, cast-iron cookware is always the perfect pan for the job. One Pan to Rule Them All is filled with 100 recipes perfect for cooking in a skillet on the stovetop or outdoors on a grill or campfire. While supplies last!

#7982 $19.99$16.99

CAST-IRON COOKING

Get the most from your castiron cookware with 40 fabulous recipes, including chilaquiles, pan pizza, cheesy beer fondue, Korean fried chicken, vegetarian chili, party nuts, cornbread, baked apples, gingerbread, and more. Also includes how to care for cast iron.

#7994 $12.95$11.01

TOMATO PRESS & SAUCE MAKER

This tomato press separates seeds and skins from soft fruits and vegetables. This strainer is your best friend for home canning and making pasta. Use it to make apple sauce, tomato purees, fresh juices, salsa, baby food, jam, and more! Please allow two weeks for delivery. Available for shipment to continental U.S. addresses only.

#9468 $59.99$56.59

PICKLED TO PLEASE

If you’ve been considering canning your own pickled products, is perfect for you! Author Tamika Adjemian has put together a well-rounded collection of methods and recipes for your first foray into canning that

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