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Giveaway: Vonshef 6.5l Digital Slow Cooker


I've recently been working with Domu, an online kitchen and home shop, developing seasonal warming recipes for their new slow cooker recipe hub. My Slow Cooker Sausage, Mushroom and Red Onion Casserole is currently being featured on their website and was made in a Vonshef 6.5l digital slow cooker like the one in the picture above. Domu have kindly given me a brand new Vonshef 6.5l Digital Slow Cooker from their range to giveaway to one Jam and Clotted Cream reader in a competition.

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  1. Beef stew and dumplings. Although can eat that any time of the year even in the middle of the few days of summer we have. :) Thanks for the chance. x

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  2. My favourite winter warmer has to be a nice hit irish stew to remind me of home!!

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  3. My favourite winter warmer has to be a nice hit irish stew to remind me of home!!

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  4. Having spent most of my life in Wales, my family and i love a lovely warming chicken Cawl. Good for a few days aswel if you make a big batch. Its even better if you drop in some small chunks of cheese to melt slightly in it.

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  5. Chunky winter vegetable and chicken stew.

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  6. Good old fashion stew..Potatoes,carrots,onions and beef

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  7. Butternut squash and chilli soup

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  8. My favourite Winter warmer recipe is veggie bean chilli

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  9. Love beef stew and dumplings - Joanne Beale

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  10. Pulled pork served with homemade potato and homemade bread rolls xx

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  11. Pulled pork served with homemade potato and homemade bread rolls xx

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  12. Stew and dumplings mmmmm

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  13. Stew, dumplings and mash, yum!

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  14. Beef & mushroom stew with extra red wine :-)

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  15. home made vegetable soup with atora dumplings and homebaked bread

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  16. I lovely a chunky stew with gravy and dumplings mmm

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  17. Sausage and mash with onion gravy for me!

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  18. I love Butternut squash and vegetable soup.x

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  19. Chicken, bacon and leek casserole with crusty bread

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  20. Macaroni cheese for me - a proper comfort food!

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  21. A Lamb and Country Veg Stew with Dumplings.

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  22. Slow pulled pork

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  23. homemade chicken soup

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  24. I love a good pork, apple & cider cassarole

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  25. A Lamb hot pot goes down really well here.

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  26. sausage casserole with yorkie puds mmmm

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  27. I make a nice sausage casserole with vegetarian sausages!

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  28. beef stew with dumplings and homemade bread mmm

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  29. Mince and Tatties. 💕💕💕💕

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  30. Lamb casserole with winter vegetables!

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  31. Portuguese pork and bean stew. Especially when it's made by my mum.

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  32. A hot chili.

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  33. Beef stew incorporating loads of veg and dumplings xx

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  34. sausage and chorizo goulash

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  35. Navarin of lamb! Yummy!

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  36. Homemade vegetable soup

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  37. Beef chilli with a jacket potato

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  38. Homemade soup :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  39. A lovely home made french onion soup with croutons - warming and delicious :)

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  40. Home made carrot and coriander soup mmmmmm

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  41. Coconut Curry Lentil Soup..it's sooo yummy! (Laura Jeffs)

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  42. beef casserole with winter veg, caqrrots, parsnips, swede, celeriac and potatoes

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  43. I love warm soup and bread for the winter!

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  44. My favourite winter warmer is my slow cooked home made beef stew

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  45. Buttered Cumpets and Beef Broth Soup

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  46. Beef suet pudding! Slow cooked, naturally!

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  47. Chicken stew and dumplings - had it tonight actually and very yummy

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  48. Homemade soup :) I can't get enough of it this year!

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    1. (any flavour there of! Particularly enjoying carrot and butternut squash at the moment :-))

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  49. I always love a good shepherds pie in winter with thick crusty bread and butter

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  50. My shepherds pie comment came up as unknown for some reason sorry

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  51. beery beef stew with horseradish dumplings

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  52. Beef Casserole! with Dumplings and Apple / Cinnamon Crumble for afters.

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  53. Venison Stew, with lots of hearty winter veg, yum yum

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  54. chicken casserole love it in the winter months....
    barbara madden

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  55. Spicy beef, bean and vegetable stew

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  56. cant beat a nice chicken soup...yum!!!

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  57. I love a good beef stew with dumplings!

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  58. I love a chunky vegetable soup with warm crusty bread

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  59. I love potato and leek soup :)

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  60. Veggie chilli with a jacket potato.

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  61. Beef stew and dumplings

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  62. Chilli con Carne - lovely cooked slowly and warming too.

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  63. a beef stew with herby dumplings x

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  64. I adore homemade soups and root vegetable casseroles.

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  65. Toad in the hole with lashings of gravy

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  66. Beef stew & dumplings / homemade meat and potato pie

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  67. Beef stew & dumplings / homemade meat and potato pie

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  68. Slow cooked beef & carrot casserole

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  69. Jerusalem Artichoke soup - creamy and bad but so, so nice!

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  70. Beef stew and dumplings...yum yum x

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  71. Beef & ale casserole with big fluffy dumplings Yummy x x

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  72. A hearty root vegetable stew with garlic, basil & parmesan pistou

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