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    Fave new method

    As I don't have an oven, I have been on the lookout for a way to cook stews etc on low slow heat. My sis suggested I try a Tagine, so when I found a Maxwell Williams one in new condition at the local op shop for $15 I thought I would give it a go.
    First try out on top of my wood burner was a Venison stew, cooked for aprox 3 hours. It retained a heap of moisture and was by far my best effort to date.
    Goat curry tonight, using the same method.
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    I was thinking they should be green? the curry might sort that?
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    Those tangines are bloody great for cooking stews and casseroles.

    I use a cast iron Dutch oven on our wood burner to cook stews, casseroles, soups and sometimes bread.

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