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Winter cooking calls for hearty one-pan meals. Layer up big flavours and let the oven do all the work. These roasting pans and casseroles are perfect inspiration.
1 Casa Domani "Rustica" casserole
(2.6 litres), $39.95.
2 Le Creuset stoneware dish in Nutmeg (26cm; 1.3 litres), $47.
3 Maxwell & Williams "Chef du Monde" baker in Grey (32cm x 22.5cm), $29.95.
4 Falk copper roasting tray handcrafted in Belgium (35cm x 23cm; 5.6 litres), $539, from Copper Kitchen.
5 Falcon white enamel baking tray with blue trim (part of a five-piece bake set), $109, from Koskela.
6 Raco non-stick aluminium roaster with rack (36cm x 26cm), $89.95, from Love Lust Want.
7 Scanpan Fusion CS5 stainless-steel and copper roasting pan (35cm x 24cm), $359.
8 Chasseur cast-iron roaster in Brilliant White (40cm x 26cm), $269.
9 Scanpan Classic large non-stick roaster (44cm x 32cm) with bonus rack, $310, from Plenty Kitchen & Tableware (02 9369 4520). Background painted in Murobond.
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