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By Clarissa Dickson Wright and Johnny Scott

Published 2004

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I remember my mother’s excitement when she bought a claypot which had just come onto the market. For some reason they never took off in Britain, but they are still around and can be easily picked up in thrift stores here. In fact, they are a simple way of cooking, and if the marketers had not tried to promote them as “healthy,” they would probably have done rather well. They are very similar to the old French daube pots which are also made of terracotta clay. In any event, they are good for