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Cast iron recipe book stand

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A beautiful 'arts & crafts' style recipe book stand from the Netherton Foundry in Shropshire which also makes our Spun Iron Baking Cloche and trivet. The page weights are on gold braid rope and the nuts and screws are solid brass.

You will never need to buy another recipe book stand; this is heirloom quality. Fully extended it measures 19.5cm front to back, if storing/using on a shelf however we would recommend that you allow for 20.5 cm.

It folds flat, so can be stored easily this way too! 19.5cm Deep x 20.5cm High x 25.7cm wide. The ledge is 2.5cm deep, and is sloped back. Full extend to use.


Drawing of Matthew from Blake & Bull - our range cooker expert "This is a substantial and properly made piece that will hold the biggest of cook book 'bibles'! Simply a beautiful object to have in your kitchen." Matthew{more about our friendly team}

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For next-day delivery to the UK at a cost of £8.95 order before 2pm Mon-Friday. For Saturday delivery at a cost of £13.95 order before 2pm Friday. 

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Spun Iron Cookware Care & Tips
Cooking with cast, black or spun iron every day.

Pre-heat the cast, black or spun iron as this will reduce food sticking

Avoid cooking food that is very cold as this is more likely to stick.

Remember hot iron will retain heat for a long time.

Always pick up cast, black or spun iron by wooden handles (if fitted) and use oven gloves.

After cooking.

Remove cooked food from pre-seasoned cast, black and spun iron bowls, lids, pans, cook and bakeware immediately after cooking and before the food cools.

Cold damp food will encourage the cookware to rust and you will need to re-season more often.

Seasoned iron-cookware is not suitable for storing wet or moist foods.

Do not store food in iron cookware in refrigerators or freezers.

Acidic Foods.

Additional care is required when you cook recipes containing acidic foods

(eg: tomatoes, citrus juices and recipes containing vinegar or wine).

We suggest that you re-season before using these foods.

The high acidity of these foods may create superficial rust if they have insufficient seasoned coatings.

Don’t worry if you see any rust appearing after cooking using these types of ingredients. Follow the instructions for re-seasoning your product and it will soon be back to as good as new condition.

Cleaning pre-seasoned cast iron, black and spun iron.

Never clean the cast, black or spun iron bowl, lid or pan in a dishwasher.

Don't place, when hot, into very cold water as this might cause it to crack or warp.

After use, clean the bowl with a stiff plastic brush and hot water. Do not use soap or detergent. Immediately dry with a towel.

If you find that some food has stuck, place in boiling water or boil water in it to soften stuck food. 

Never allow the bowl, lid or pan to stand and air-dry as this will encourage rusting.

Storing cast, black and spun iron bowls, lids, pans, cook and bakeware.

Store in a dry airy place.

Don't store with lids on, as this can trap moisture and encourage rust.

Your oven is a great place to store your iron cook and bakeware, just remember to remove it before turning on the oven.

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