Win! A Mason Cash Mixing Bowl from NuCasa

Mason Cash Cane Mixing Bowl

As someone who loves to bake (well, attempt to bake!), I am rather fond of swish/pretty/nifty kitchenware to go with this hobby of mine. I also like my homeware accessories to stand the test of time, and I reckon nothing screams ‘classic’ more so when it comes to baking than a Mason Cash Mixing Bowl. 

I have two of these- one inherited from my lovely late Nan, and the other sourced for £3 from the house clearance shop on my road (currently my favourite place again right now, having picked up a vintage original Hacker Radio from there on Friday for a tenner!). 

These bowls really do last for years, and are a real classic piece for your kitchen. So the good news is that the lovely folk at NuCasa who sell lovely vintage kitchen accessories are giving one of these ace bowls away to one lucky blog reader! The Cane Mixing Bowl is 33cm in diameter and is made from chip resistant stoneware, making it extremely durable and is also dishwasher and microwave safe <bonus>.  

All you have to do to win one of these bad boys is to fill in the Rafflecopter Widget below and enter using as many options as you’d like:

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Good Luck!

Terms and Conditions: Competition closes at 12.00am (midnight)  GMT on Sunday 27th March 2016. Entries received after this time and date will not be valid. UK residents only. Entrants must be 18 and over. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter after the closing date and will be notified within 5 days of competition end. Only entrants received via the Rafflecopter widget will be considered valid.The prize is a Mason Cash Mixing Bowl- no cash alternatives to the stated prize will be offered.

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281 thoughts on “Win! A Mason Cash Mixing Bowl from NuCasa”

  1. Well today I made a Creme Egg quiche that was a thing of wonder and beauty so I think that might be my new favourite!!

  2. My daughter in law has a recipe for Maltesar and Toblerone Chocolate Crunch that I am wanting to try

  3. These bowls are really great and usually very strong. I had one than my Nan gave me, but it broke while washing it up.. I have been scouring the charity shops for another, without success. So thanks for offering one as a prize, Becky.

    My favourite is making carrot cake. But if the children are .. er ‘helping’ me then we usually make butterfly cakes or gingerbread men.

  4. I love baking cakes. Have to do them gluten free due to intolerances in the family so it is better to make your own than buy them. 🙂

  5. I bake every weekend for my family – I’m trying to make us all a bit healthier though, so experimenting with a lot of healthy cakes (vegetable bases, gluten, sugar and dairy alternatives) – my favourite at the moment is my dairy and gluten free lemon drizzle

  6. My favourite thing to bake is rock cakes, could easily eat a bucket full of them, a BIG bucket full of them!!

  7. I love baking cakes and decorating them for family’s birthdays. My favourite thing is banana bread though – quick, easy and very tasty!

  8. Me and my little fella love to bake cookies to take to nursery to share with his little friends…that’s if Daddy doesn’t pinch them first 😉

  9. vanilla cupcakes with the children. we all help to mix the cake up and then the children decorate them with icing and things.

  10. I love baking bread, the smell is gorgeous and the taste so much nicer than buying it from the supermarket

  11. Madeira cake. It’s so easy to make, just place everything in the bowl in one and mix. It always comes out wonderful and it tastes delicious. x

  12. Personally, I love to bake savoury pies and freeze them for dinners. But with the kids we like to make shortbread biscuits in all shapes and sizes!

  13. My nan used to have one of these! Your post has just sent floods of memories back! How wonderful. I would say my favourite thing to bake is cake but I would have a hard time choosing a particular type of cake. I also love to bake bread, watching the dough rise, it’s like magic.

  14. My favourite thing to bake is cakes. I love them all especially those with fruit, nuts or seeds such as banana cake or lemon cake with poppy seeds.

  15. My favourite has to be gluten-free chocolate cake. And carrot cake. And a nice lemony cake. Put simply: cake!

  16. I bake at least a dozen cupcakes a week & usually a victoria sandwich cake on the weekend, But I really enjoy baking cherry scones.

  17. Cakes, traybakes and scones usually but I do like to bake our own bread when I can make time (very rarely!)

  18. Just a traditional Victoria Sponge, or for everyone else its Rock Cakes, they go in the cake tin all 24 of them and within a day the tin is empty. I must be doing something right?

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