Lancashire Hot Pot

Lancashire Hot Pot

A unique design from my lino cut recipe series; each tile is an ingredient, that when tessellated together, form the recipe for a delicious traditional Lancashire Hot pot; Lamb, onions, carrots, potatoes, stock, bay leaves, thyme, bouquet garni, olive oil and spring onion to garnish. 
To complete the authentic Lancashire image, three Swaledale sheep graze in front of a drystone wall in the Lancashire hills.
This design is available as;
A Tea Towel; (76 x 48 cm), made from organic cotton, very absorbent, hard-wearing and fully machine washable at 40 degrees. The cooking instructions are on the packaging
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An Oven Mitt, high quality organic cotton, hard wearing and excellent heat protection; perfect for holding the hot pot!) BUY NOW

Greeting card with envelop and plastic protective cover.

An Original Print; 35 x 50 cm, available in Brown or black and white or with watercolour addition.
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Chop meat into chunks and brown in a pan. Fry onions and carrots until golden, sprinkle in flour, worcestershire sauce and thyme. Pour in stock and bring to the boil, stir in meat and bay leaves. 

Arrange sliced potatoes on top and pop in the oven for 1 1/2 hours.
Serve - Straight from the pan with red wine and green vegetables
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