Giveaway - Roasting Tin from James Martin Bakers Dozen

You may have seen my recent review a rather nice roasting tin from the Bakers Dozen (a new range of bakeware from James Martin) by Stellar Cookware - if you didn't see it you might want to pop over and take a look here.  

Stellar have kindly offered to giveaway five of the Large Roasting Tins to 5 lucky winners.


 The Bakers Dozen bakeware range is proper sturdy and will look the part in any kitchen but never mind all that more to the point, they are fantastic quality, non-stick and do the job they say they will.


Now for the Giveaway!
FIVE lucky readers will each win 1 Large Roasting Tin from 'The Bakers Dozen' by James Martin - kindly supplied by Stellar Cookware.

 Entries must be via the Rafflecopter widget. 
Please note the prize can only be sent to the UK or Ireland only. 
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There is one main way to enter and several ways to get bonus entries, including bonus daily entries.
Competition end time is as shown on the Rafflecopter widget.
Good Luck Everyone! 
  

173 comments

  1. I use a mermaid one!

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  2. Le Creuset is the brand of my current roasting tin!

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  3. I have no idea, but its very old.

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  4. I'm using a cheap one Tesco brand.

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  5. I don't know, it's just a generic roasting tin I picked up at the supermarket :)

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  6. Roasting tins from Marks and Spencer

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  7. Roasting tins from Marks and Spencer

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  8. We currently use Lakeland roasting tins as we get them on offer with the cake tins.

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  9. We currently use Lakeland as we get them on offer when buying other tins

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  10. We currently use Lakeland roasting tins as we get them on offer with the cake tins.

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  11. I'm pretty sure mine's a Tesco one! It's not very good to be honest.

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  12. I actually have no idea - I bought bits here and there and was also gifted some from my mum.

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  13. I'm not sure of the brand.
    whatever wal-mart sells.
    kayleefaith1228@aol.com

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  14. I don't currently own a roasting tin

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  15. A Wilko one, it does the job

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  16. I have had the tin that long I cannot remember where I bought it never mind what make it is.

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  17. Mine is the one that came with my cooker.

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  18. I use the one that came with my cooker.
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  19. mine are donkeys years old I think maybe tesco brand and pyrex

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  20. I think it's a Sainsburys one

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  21. Can't remember.. I think it is one of the supermarket own brand x

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  22. I'm using a cheap Asda one at uni but at home I use my mum's ancient glass/Pyrex one. It must be more than 25 years old

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  23. Sorry,but I honestly don't have a clue about what brand my roasting tin is :-/

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  24. Hmmm, that's a point. I have no idea.

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  25. I use one from Sainsburys, They were on offer so I bought two.

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  26. no idea we have kinda borrowed the mother in laws and not returned it yet

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  27. This could really come in handy. Great prize :)

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  28. I'm ashamed to say that my roasting tin is so blackened that, even if it had a maker's name on it, I wouldn't be able to read it!

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  29. Ha! Mine is an old black enamel one that belonged to my mother - not a clue how old it is - but it is perfect for cooking the Sunday roast and trimmings! (Guess it's time I had a new one) x

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  30. Mine are from Sainsbury's - they're not too bad but have been well used.

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  31. I have a new oven so threw out my old roasting tin which had seen better days and now use the one which came with the oven.

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  32. I had to throw mine out recently as it had certainly seen better days (rust).

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  33. not sure, just an un-named one

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  34. I use the one that came with my oven

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  35. I bought mine in Marks & Spencer in the sale, so I guess it's M&S brand

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  36. different by design by sainsbury

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  37. I have a very old knackered bent one that was my mother passed to me years ago so I definitely needs a new one

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  38. no idea, think it wasfrom tesco but very worn & slightly bent to fit in my oven haha

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  39. no idea of brand it was one i got at a carboot

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  40. just a plain simple asda one :)

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  41. I dont know the make but I bought it from TK Max. It is great as it is really heavy and has a great meat rack.

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  42. I obtained my roasting pan when I purchased my Canon cooker so I assume it is a Canon one.

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  43. I obtained my roasting pan when I purchased my Canon cooker so I assume it is a Canon one.

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  44. i have no idea, i borrowed it and forgot to give it back. naughty!

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  45. Mine is a cheapo one from Argos :(

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  46. I've got two that I use, one came with my cooker and the other, I think I bought from Tesco.

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  47. I have a Pampered Chef Roasting Crock and love it!

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  48. No idea, just a cheap one I believe.

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  49. It is a Russell Hobbs one

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  50. Sadly i don't know what brand mines is

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  51. I don't have a roasting tin at the moment :( I'm moving into my first place with my boyfriend next month so we are currently in the process of buying everything we need - exciting times! This tin would be perfect for our first roast dinners :)

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  52. My baking tin is just a generic supermarket one! :)

    Jane

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  53. Cheap tesco one, been meaning to invest in a better one lately with all the dinners I've been providing!

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  54. I don't have a roasting tin atm, im just using baking trays, we did have an amazing tefal one and they made the best roasties, ever since we got rid due to old age we can't find a tin like it and our spuds have never been the same!

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  55. Mine's just a cheap one from Sainsbury's. Bought it as a temporary one but never replaced it.

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  56. Mine is just a cheap Sainsburys one which I bought as a temporary fix but haven't got around to replacing

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  57. I have no idea, but it was a cheap , last minute, buy to cook xmas dinner. Maybe from poundshop.

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  58. I think I got mine as a hand me down from my nan, not sure what brand it is though! Becky Duffy

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  59. I have some generic supermarket one!

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  60. not sure, tend to buy tesco or something like that but I would prefer to be able use a better quality one

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  61. I have no idea, i could sure do with a new one though! (Krissie)

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  62. I have no idea, i could sure use a new one though! (Krissie)

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  63. i have no idea! i think it was gifted to us as a moving in present

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  64. I think mine is just from Tesco.

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  65. I think mine is just from Tesco.

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  66. Usually buy one from asda once a year!

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  67. M&S I think, along with lots of cheap rubbish ones.

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  68. I'm pretty sure mine's from Tesco.

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  69. not sure, as its aged quite alot

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  70. Tefal, it is actually brilliant. Had it since I moved out of home 10 years ago and still going strong!

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  71. Its an old yellow one, no idea of the make.

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  72. I don't know, but probably Ikea ;-)

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  73. I think it was a wedding present and if so then it came from Debenhams.

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  74. They come together with my oven.

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  75. gosh, no idea - it's that old!

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  76. Currently I'm using one from Sainsburys!

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  77. I don't own one so I couldn't say, but I'd love one!

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  78. I'm pretty sure I got my current one from Sainsburys

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  79. I've got a cheaply one from Sainsburys

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  80. I've inherited a few from my mum & I have no idea of the make, going to pay attention now lol

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  81. Ours is really old, not sure what brand it is

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  82. Ours is really old, not sure what brand it is

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  83. No idea but they are rubbish!

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  84. No idea but it is very old and rubbish.

    Elizabeth Williams.

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  85. Got one from Wilkos cheap after Christmas :D Hasn't lasted very well though oddly enough!! x

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  86. mine is a tesco one , its quite good too for the money

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  87. mine is a tesco one , its quite good too for the money

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  88. My roasting dish and trays are all that old that I have no idea where they came from

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  89. My roasting tin and other trays are that old and used, That i have no idea where they are from, would love some new ones ;)

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  90. I don't know what brands ours are - but we've had them for years :)

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  91. no its old and been passed down the family!

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  92. I don't know mine are very old but have done really well. :)

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  93. I think it's a morrisons one - no wonder it's no good!

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  94. I think it's from Tesco but no idea of the brand.

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  95. think mine is an asda best, lol

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  96. I have no idea, its really old :)

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  97. I don't, probably fairly cheap, but I ended up going back to it and throwing out an expensive Circulon one which was absolute rubbish (my Circulon pans are still the best I've ever had though! something just went wrong when they designed the roasting tin)

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  98. Don't even know, but I really need a new one, because mines looks very black.

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  99. No it's ancient and I think it came from a charity shop.

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  100. Mine is rubbish. buy cheap, buy twice as they say ;)

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  101. Mine is rubbish. Buy cheap, buy twice as they say ;)

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  102. something cheap and nasty from tkmaxx

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  103. Mines just a cheap one from wilkos

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  104. No idea what brand, think we have had it for years, possibly longer than I have been born!

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  105. At the moment I have a Tesco Branded Tin.

    Hanna

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  106. I currently use a Tesco Branded Tin.

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  107. I currently use a Tesco Branded Tin.

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  108. No idea its been in the house for years

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  109. No idea its been in the house for years

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  110. No idea, it was a cheap one from a supermarket

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  111. It's just a cheap one from tesco - bit naff but does the job.

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  112. I use Linea from House of Fraser. I got them in the sale but to be honest they are worth paying full price for. They're really thick good quality non-stick.

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  113. I use Linea from House of Fraser. I got them in the sale but to be honest they are worth paying full price for. They're really thick good quality non-stick.

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  114. Sorry I haven't a clue, only that I have had it ages.

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  115. A rubbish one, I think it was from Asda

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