Judge BioChef Utensils & Natural Ceramic Frying Pan Competition – Closed

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I was recently sent the new Judge BioChef Kitchen Utensil Range to try out. It’s made from a revolutionary combination of corn-based bioplastic, nylon and a smidge of silicone. The BioChef range includes slotted turner, turner, spaghetti fork, slotted spoon, ladle and serving spoon; all the kitchen essentials. The key points of note are as follows:

  • Eco friendly Kitchenware – 100% biodegradable handle, renewable, sustainable & recyclable.
  • Heat resistant heads up to 210°
  • Silicone soft grip insert, for comfort with wet or dry hands
  • Suitable for Non-Stick pans
  • Easy to Clean – Dishwasher safe

Green, corn starch, environmentally friendly

My first impression of the range was that it is well designed and I love its green credentials. It is vital for the longevity of your non-stick pans to use plastic and not metal utensils. I cringe every time I see a chef on TV using metal in a non-stick pan. The spoons, turners and ladle are all slightly smaller than I have been used to but I actually found this a welcome change. When I was turning some new potatoes that I was frying, the job was made so much easier with the Judge BioChef turner as it has a really good sharp angle on the edge. Sometimes I end up just pushing a potato around for ages before actually managing to get some leverage to it. I also found the ladle a really good size when I was transfering a pie filling from my pan to a pie dish the other day!

I have dish washed my utensils and they have all come out looking the same way as they went in. I only noticed the other day that they should be washed on the top rack so will do this in future! So if you care about looking after your non-stick pans then I think this range of BioChef utensils from Judge are superb.

The Judge BioChef utensils retail for around £4.20 each.

Eco-friendly, safe, ptfe free, pfoa free

Eco-friendly, green












Next I received a Judge Natural Ceramic Frying Pan to try out. Here’s what Judge say about them:

“Judge Natural frying pans are lined with an eco friendly matt grey ceramic coating (Whitford’s acclaimed Fusion). Stylishly designed, with thick thermic bases making them suitable for all hob types, with stay cool textured phenolic handles, the Judge Natural frying pan range delivers environmentally whilst being effortlessly functional too. Judge Naturals are free from all chemicals associated with traditional non-stick cookware, i.e. its PTFE- and PFOA-free and is able to withstand tremendous heat – up to 280°C – without the risk of blistering or cracking.”

My first impression of this pan was that it wasn’t the prettiest pan I’d ever seen but once I started using it I was blown away by it. The thick thermic base really transmits the heat extremely quickly and evenly.  It’s easy to clean with a quick wash in soapy water with a sponge and it has become my favourite pan to use for everything from omelettes to pancakes.

The 26cm Judge Natural frying pan I received has an rrp of £60.


So if your appetite for these products has been whetted then you could win your own set of 6 Judge BioChef Utensils and a Judge Natural Ceramic 26cm Frying Pan by telling me what dish you would make with the prize?

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  1. Angela

    I have a judge natural frying pan . So so dissapointed everything sticks to it. It has to go in the bin.

    1. Camilla

      You should definitely contact them about this! Most pans have a guarantee.

  2. Natalie Crossan

    A yummy beef stir fry x

  3. Lorna

    Oh dear, not such a healthy option! I’d make a Scottish fry up! Yummy!

  4. Julie Roo

    Id make omletes as i am an awful cook, other half would use it way more than me.

  5. Jules

    Prawn and chorizo stir fry. Yum yum 🙂

  6. sofia s.

    roast beef

  7. Kel Ellen Hirst

    A Chinese chicken stir fry

  8. Kat


  9. Amanda Richardson

    Spanish omelette

  10. jackie curran

    english breakfast

  11. Anne Hawley

    steak and ale pie


    My other half has gone mad for Omlette’s.

  13. Sarah Mcknight

    Sweet and sour chicken

  14. debbie creasey

    Spanish Omlette

  15. Diana Croos

    Egg omlette

  16. Lisa Sands

    A stir fry (on a diet at the mo lol) x

  17. Caroline Anne Bellamy

    My husband calls me the omlette queen – so its gotta be an omlette 🙂

  18. Sam P Toms

    Spanish Omelette

  19. susan willshee

    I love omelettes so I’d make a fabulous cheese and quorn ham omelette

  20. sara wilson

    liver, bacon and onions

  21. trevor linvell

    a vegetarian full english breakfast!

  22. Michelle Kitchen

    I would make pancakes 🙂

  23. Kirsteen Mackay

    Scrambled Eggs

  24. June Gaynor

    I would belatedly make some pancakes as I missed out on Pancake Day.

  25. Kath Cox

    Corn beef hash

  26. Keith H

    omlette the only thing i do not burn

  27. Amy Jo McLellan

    Something easy to start with – an egg.

  28. katherine b

    My favourite dish – chilli con carne x

  29. madeline connolly


  30. Diana

    Pancakes 🙂

  31. Pauline Dring


  32. lorraine polley

    a lovely omlette

  33. Daphne Mueller

    Sausage sandwich

  34. sally




  36. emma weaver

    spaghetti bolognese

  37. Rachel B

    scrambled egg on toast

  38. Ros Irwin

    Corned Beef Hash

  39. Joanna Sawka

    scrambled eggs

  40. Sue Warr

    I’d make a family size cheese, mushroom and bacon omelette, with potatoes in it as well … or maybe some pancakes!?!

  41. Emma Price

    Depending on how deep it is, i’d either go for a Chorizo Risotto, or use it to start making a chorizo and chicken lasagne I saw a recipe for the other day (using tortillas instead of lasagne sheets)

  42. Rebecca Lis

    Cheese and mushroom omelette

  43. Kirsty Mills

    Fried chicken 🙂

  44. kate knight

    Stir fry

  45. sarah hayes

    got to be a full english! mmmmm 🙂

  46. christy beckett

    I would make a Fritata. Great way to get my kids to eat some veg and uses up whats left in the fridge before shopping day

  47. Sarah Parker

    fry up

  48. sj wesley

    An omelette 🙂

  49. Claire

    Fried Eggs!!! 😀

  50. jodie harvey

    vegetable stir fry 🙂

  51. Bat Thomason

    Fried eggs on toast

  52. Mark Johnson


  53. Deborah Bird

    a fry up!

  54. Jayne K

    Bubble and squeak

  55. chirag P


  56. Helena Mann

    Definitely a Full English …. got me craving one now 😛

  57. Karis

    An omlette

  58. Harriet Casey

    Homemade veggie burgers!


    I would make a Spanish Omlette.

  60. Bonnie King

    Ooh a big hearty chilli!

  61. laura hadland

    Spanish tortilla

  62. ruth hunter


  63. Patricia Avery

    mid-week omlette (with whatever is left in the fridge) 🙂

  64. Danielle woodman


  65. keith scrivener

    a full english!

  66. sara


  67. Lani Nash

    A prawn stirfry

  68. Jane Middleton

    chinese stir fry

  69. Monika Suchonska

    spicy chicken fajitas

  70. Natalie Henderson

    Spanish Omlette

  71. Jennifer Rhymer

    My Spaghetti Bolognese speciality 🙂

  72. tamalyn roberts


  73. Lisbeth Cooper

    The perfect pancake

  74. Kelly Lain

    Pancakes….you cant beat them.

  75. Jo-Anne holton

    chicken chow mein!!!

  76. Danika Lloyd

    Beef stew & dumplings 🙂

  77. Sheri Darby

    Stuffed pancakes

  78. Donna Kent

    I’d make a seafood risotto. My husband says its lovely but I use every utensil in the house when making it.

  79. Claire Denise York

    I would make a really tasty bacon omlette

  80. Annie Costa

    liver and onions!

  81. amber bassett

    I would be traditonal and go for a full english!

  82. katie thomas

    A huge Spanish Omlette!

  83. Jeremy Hards

    I would make a nice omelette

  84. Anthea Holloway

    A Normandy Pork Casserole with cider

  85. melanie crumpton

    a nice ribeye

  86. Claire Barker

    A stirfry>

  87. robyn logan clarke

    a paella to serve 2

  88. Clare Hubbard

    Some lovely fried bacon 🙂

  89. Yasmin J

    When I say ‘I’d make’, what I really mean is my mum would probably make some tasty Moroccan couscous with a Spanish omelette… Mmm

  90. Karen R

    I think we could do some nice pieces of salmon and asparagus 🙂

  91. Emily Knight

    A nice steak, I reckon! 17

  92. Mike Martin

    seafood risotto

  93. Romana Richards

    A good cheese omelette. I think I would enjoy making it too in that pan!

  94. Rory Campion

    A cheese, ham and mushroom omlette

  95. Siane Kerr

    A spinach omeletter yummyyyy!

  96. stephen holman

    i’d make a lovely chicken stir fry 🙂

  97. Kirsty N

    I’d serve up some lovely pancakes!

  98. Allison

    A darn good fry up!

  99. Lyndsey Beckford

    I would make an omlette

  100. Kimberley Robinson

    Steak, mushrooms and asparagus spears

  101. Paul Stephens

    EGGY BREAD! Sorry for shouting; got excited!

  102. sarah fleck

    sausage, bacon and fried egg. mmm

  103. Helen Wilson

    Chicken and chorizo paella all for me 🙂

  104. Mary Baldwin

    Spanish omelette

  105. Mark Palmer

    A full English breakfast

  106. Anthony

    tasty pancakes!

  107. Matthew N

    spanish tortilla

  108. Janet Rumley

    Shepherds Pie – my children’s favourite !

  109. Victoria

    mushroom omelette 🙂

  110. Kelly Hooper

    spaghetti bolognaise

  111. Eleanor Powell

    A lovely omelette

  112. Sarah S

    A lovely cheesy omlette

  113. Debra_doll

    I’d fry a good Aberdeen Angus steak and serve with some delicious dauphinoise potatoes! x

  114. Jennifer

    I would make my husbands favourite Shepherds Pie

  115. John Foster

    A Spanish Omelette

  116. Andrew Halliwell

    I’d make the thing the frying pan was invented for…
    Full english breakfast.

  117. Bohdan Kuczynski

    Omelettes, have just picked up a few new hens so I’ll have plenty of eggs again

  118. claire haskins

    homemade lasagne

  119. jen jackson

    A nice omelette

  120. Samantha Atherton

    A nice Omelet springs to mind.

  121. Vicki A Smith

    Home made egg friend rice

  122. Karen Foster

    I’d make a tarte tatin

  123. susan gough

    Pancakes my frying sticks too much

  124. donna clinton

    I would make some pancakes for my children, they love them!

  125. Sandra

    I would make lots of pancakes!

  126. Claire Holtey

    I love chicken and mushroom stroganoff, so easy to make in a big frying pan – saves on washing up

  127. Christine Caple

    Spag bol!

  128. shaheen

    Vegetable frittata

  129. Daniel Grimes

    stir fry

  130. lindsey stuart

    My spinach and garlic chicken with homemade spicy potato wedges and salsa

  131. Sarah Lewis

    Some lovely pancakes.

  132. Kane Casburn


  133. William Gould

    I always test new pots and pans by making scrambled eggs in them!

  134. Serena La Pietra

    A good ol’ fry up.

  135. Susan Hall

    A lovely omelette

  136. Greig Spencer

    a yummy fry up

  137. Jill Cordner

    My healthy homemade from scratch bolognese xx

  138. Dianne Brewin

    I would make a yummy spanish omelette,,,, my fav…..

  139. Ben Audsley

    i would make steak and chips!

  140. Amy Skinner

    an omlette

  141. babettes ffest

    I would make a tart tatin

  142. Sue Bennett

    I think a nice new pan gives me an excuse for cooking a slightly unhealthy full English, a rare treat. Back to more healthy omelettes and fish afterwards.

  143. Kate Davies

    My son love fritta so Id make that for him.

  144. kelly

    A smoked salmon omelette 🙂

  145. Michael Rattray

    I love a stir-fry

  146. Kinga

    I would go for a chilli prawn stir fry!

  147. Daisy

    Thai green curry definitely !

  148. Amie burton

    I would definately attemp a ham and cheese omelette mmm 🙂

  149. Diane Nicholl

    bubble & squeak

  150. angela - Garden Tea Cakes and Me

    A nice corn beef hash for a change


  151. Lynne McEvoy

    I would make a beef and vegetable stir fry.

  152. Gemma E

    A spanish omelette with spinach would be my choice.

  153. Abigail Cullen


  154. Sarah B

    Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.

  155. Alice Megan


  156. Peggy Muncie

    It would have to be a big fry up – bacon, sausage, egg, haggis. black pudding and tattie scones

  157. Vohn McGuinness

    I’ve seen a few recipes where the frying pan had to go in the oven but the handle on mine won’t withstand oven temps, so I’d love to win this one. Now I try to think about it though, I can’t remember any of the darn recipes! Vohn x

  158. Rosalind

    whooo, mushy banana and sour cream pancakes!

  159. Matt Mellors

    I’d cook up a full english

  160. Lesley Bradley

    chicken stir fry and egg fried rice

  161. Mark Witherington

    I would make a fritata tasty, healthy(ish) and good to get rid of those leftovers

  162. Andrea

    Eggy Bread

  163. helen atkins

    omelettes x

  164. Georgie

    Red Thai curry

  165. sram

    Chinese Stir-fry

  166. Laura Costello

    A nice stir-fry xx

  167. Eleanor W

    Loads of different things but definitely would panfry a lovely bit of fish.

  168. Gail Bennett

    A dish we call the ‘Anchovy Dish’ 🙂

  169. Sugar newman

    A HUGE stack of pancakes!

  170. Nuala Rees

    bolognaise x

  171. Megan

    I could so do with a new frying pan. Pancake’s Day knackered my last one

  172. Petra Beck

    Pan-fried calves liver (with a risotto)

  173. Victoria


  174. Sheryl Keene

    I’ve just purchased a pasta maker so pasta primavera.

  175. Amy


  176. Hannah Whitling


  177. Helen Garner

    Stir Fry

  178. Bethany Martin

    Whatever I can from the pathetic amount of food I have in my fridge!

  179. cathyj

    a stir fry

  180. Emily Clark

    A frittata!

  181. sairz eastham

    Pancakes! yummy

  182. Kerry Sullivan

    Spanish Omelet

  183. Jane


  184. tracey gibbons

    a nice spanish omelette

  185. Lisa Everaert

    Pancakes, definetly pancakes – my pan ruins them all.

  186. sarah palmer

    a chicken stirfry

  187. Karen Lloyd

    I would make sausages in sticky onion gravy

  188. Lora

    since it’s pancake day, it has to be Scotch pancakes!

  189. Ian Murray

    mmm omlettes.

  190. Dawn Totton


  191. David Paterson

    Spanish omelette

  192. Emma Davies


  193. Suzanne Jackson

    a nice cheesy omelette 🙂

  194. Clint Howat


  195. Blake Ahearne


  196. sandra hastings

    bubble and squeak with vegetarian sausages.

  197. fiona


  198. Karen Barrett

    Wild mushroom risotto

  199. Jo Hutchinson

    savoury pancakes

  200. Jo Parkinson

    Amazing pancakes…yummy!

  201. Helen Humphries

    A lovely fluffy omelette 🙂

  202. Danielle Graves

    Pancakes of course

  203. Frances Fox

    Pancakes with sultanas and lashings of honey – yum.

  204. Susan Joyce Rogers

    idealtes with very little fat for fried eggs and omlettes

  205. Rebecca Woodroof

    Pancakes for shrove tuesday

  206. Angela Cole

    I would make sweet potato and leek fritters, with chilli dipping sauce. Yummy.

  207. Esme McCrubb


  208. claire

    Perfect for Pancakes next week – as my pans are more stick than non-stick 🙂

    Would be a brilliant update for my kitchen – sassy and special – for perfect cooking !

  209. Laura Nice

    Pancakes 🙂 can’t get enough of these

  210. Catherine Newton

    Spaghetti Bolagnase

  211. Mandy Ghest

    I could make yummy pancakes and tell all my friends where the pan came from. x

  212. Kathryn Amis

    I would make an omelette

  213. Jo welsh

    Would have to be Pancakes!

  214. Stacey Carnell

    Pancakes! I love them! 🙂

  215. lisa maguire

    with pancake Tuesday coming up it would have to be some pancakes! though my little boy loves an omelette so it would get put to good use!

  216. Natalie White

    Spaghetti Bolognese – messy and fun 🙂

  217. Emma Baker

    ham and cheese omelette yes please!

  218. TracyJo

    A cheese and mushroom omlette x

  219. Maggie Taylor

    Bubble & Squeak

  220. emma falvi

    hungarian goulash

  221. Sharon Brace

    Egg fried rice.. yum 🙂

  222. Lesley Bambridge

    A simple succulent rib-eye steak, sauté potatoes and tomato halves

  223. Molly Louise

    Seabass and samphire – nice and easy but very yum!

  224. Rey Chunara

    I’d start with a ham and cheese omelette

  225. Louise A

    Swedish meatballs!

  226. Sue Stevenson

    A nice pan fried Ribeye Steak;

  227. Haley Redshaw

    Spanish Chickenx

  228. Danielle Stevenson

    I would make a lovely spinach, cheese and pesto omelette 🙂

  229. Joanna Orr

    a mushroom risotto

  230. Louise Hodgson

    Korean chicken stir fry – ginger, soy sauce, a touch of maple syrup, and some fresh garlic.

  231. Ian Yates

    Mushroom Stroganoff

  232. Heather Haigh


  233. kate samways

    I would do lovely one pan dish chicken tomato rice.

  234. zoe lucas

    Fritatta my husband loves them 😀

  235. Hayley

    spanish omelette 😀

  236. Joy Lawson

    Some chicken vege wraps 🙂

  237. karen hutchinson

    a traditional English breakfast

  238. Harley

    Spag Bol! The kids fave!

  239. Margie

    I’d cook up a fried rice with steak. Fried rice needs a good quality frying pan and this certainly looks the part.
    Thanks for hosting, I’d be delighted to win x

  240. Becky John

    A Spanish Omlette

  241. Pat Stubbs

    Nasi Goreng – my current favourite meal

  242. angela sandhu

    Stir fry

  243. Jasmina K.

    Chicken vegetable stir fry


    It would have to be Pancakes – naughty but oh so nice! (Especially when served with maple syrup)


    It would have to be pancakes – naughty but oh so nice! (especially with maple syrup)


      Sorry – hiccup with pc – didn’t mean to enter twice

  246. Sophie Hedley

    A stir-fry 🙂

  247. Helen Grayson

    Cheese, Ham and onion omelette! 🙂

  248. Galina V

    Fried potatoes with wild mushrooms, simple and delicious

  249. Sarah Maclean

    Blueberry Pancakes

  250. Susan Elaine Carter

    Veggie risotto and I wouldn’t have to worry about it sticking to the base.

  251. Rebecca Beesley

    I’d let my 7 year old son decide – he loves cooking anything and everything! I’d like to try risotto with it. x

  252. Tamsin Dean

    fajihatas, yummy or a hot chilli

  253. Tammy Tudor

    Chicken Stir Fry

  254. Emilie Stokoe

    I wouldn’t make anything, I would give them to my wonderful fiance who makes me delicious meals every night and see what he rustles up! 🙂

  255. kim mayhead

    A lovely Spanish omelette

  256. Tracey Gwynne

    I would make a pan fried salmon – with this great pan it would turn out lovely and crispy!

  257. Laura Sweeney

    Chilli con carne ! Love it

  258. Sarah Davies

    A Spanish tortilla

  259. Natasha Stehr

    A sweet potato and spinach frittata…hearty and filling!

  260. Priscilla Stubbs

    Paella, my family love this

  261. karen latif

    chinese stir fry

  262. Vikki

    I would make a curry

  263. Herbert Appleby

    I’d like to try a low oil Chinese stirfry with beef and rice and see how it copes with the rice.

  264. Solange

    Vegetarian Stir Fry

  265. Julie Davies

    I would make a lovely cheese and mushroom omelette

  266. Jayne Sullivan

    Vegetable Stir Fry

  267. Ant

    Stir fry (seems to be the main dish I prepare nowadays!)

  268. Sandra Clarke

    Spaghetti Bolognese.

  269. Simple Pork Fried Rice This would be nice!

  270. Lucy Mayer

    Sweet & sour chicken 🙂

  271. paul vellins


  272. Jenny Shannon

    home made liver and onions with stock gravy and creamed mash. lush


    l’d experiment with stir fries

  274. Jacqui S

    I’d make pan fried scallops and then serve them with a pea and coriander puree as a starter

  275. Kat Lucas


  276. Jan McGregor


  277. Victoria R Morrison

    Chicken stirfry! =]

  278. Michael Williams


  279. Teresa Lee

    Gammon steaks with mushrooms, onions & peppers

  280. Ali Thorpe

    I think I’d try a chicken and cashew stir fry.

  281. claire reeves

    chilli con carne Mmmm

  282. Andrew golley

    I would make a nice spaghetti Bolognese

  283. Jackie ONeill


  284. Sheila Reeves

    A chorizo and red pepper tortilla

  285. faye huntington

    omelette of some kind! x

  286. Patricia Edwards

    A Spanish Omelette would be first, but so many things to cook

  287. kellyjo walters

    loads of veg with tinned mixed beans, tomato sauce and tofu yum

  288. pauline montgomery

    egg fried rice

  289. Mona

    a stir fry

  290. Jay Hill

    A tuna omelette

  291. Ruth Harwood

    We love a good Pork Sweet and sour with peppers, onions and a little Chilli for a kick 🙂


    A fry up 🙂

  293. Dawn Henson

    A Chinese Special Curry – Yummy!!

  294. chloe metcalf

    Cheese and Ham omelette 🙂

  295. pancakes

  296. ashley smith

    vindaloo curry 🙂

  297. Al MacInnes

    French toast

  298. Melanie Gardiner

    I’d make a vegetable stir fry

  299. Paul Witney

    Stir fry and noodles

  300. Hannah ONeill


  301. foz

    I would make a paella

  302. SusieWilkinson

    King Prawn Stir-Fry with Hoisin Sauce 🙂

  303. Will Nesbitt

    A simple omelette.


    a lovely hot chicken curry

  305. Chad Ulrick

    I would make a beautiful beef roast

  306. Keshia Esgate

    Spaghetti Carbonara

  307. Anne Wallwin


  308. Maggie Coates


  309. Claire C

    I would make a spanish tortilla 🙂

  310. Katherine L

    I’d love to make a hearty bolognese sauce with it!

  311. sam fut

    a veggie stir fry

  312. Hayley Morgan

    A lovely tortilla full of chorizo!

  313. Stephanie Tsang

    I would make fried noodles

  314. Kathryn Parmaku

    Spinach and ricotta pasta bake. Yum!

  315. Cyra Bellamy

    Thai red curry

  316. Amanda Mallows

    I’d make Singapore Noodles – my favourite!

  317. karen d

    I would cook a nice fresh free range egg to put in a sandwich.

  318. Kiran Parry

    A nice pasta dish

  319. laura banks

    a prawn stir fry

  320. Emma H

    I’d make chilli

  321. Lisa Collins

    A lovely cooked breakfast

  322. neil parnham

    A nice mixed grill, with steak, tomatoes, sausages, eggs and bacon

  323. sarah birkett

    frittata, I love it but it needs a rreally good pan

  324. Emma Nixon

    A lovely risotto

  325. Delyth Earp

    Chicken & Bacon stir fry.

  326. laura jayne bates

    omelletes i cant get enough of them

  327. sylvia

    I need a new pan to make my pancakes in
    i left my old one in the oven by mistake
    Pan and bake jacket potato
    exploded end of pan end of potato
    The handle was plastic
    . fingers xx 00

  328. Elizabeth Gurney

    OO so many recipes I’d like to try out! Maybe a healthy risotto

  329. rachel humphries

    Omlette nom nom nom

  330. Sharon Griffin

    i would make a lovely chicken stir fry with noodles x

  331. Laura Pritchard

    A croque monsieur!

  332. Margaret

    Stir fry

  333. jennifer thorpe

    a cheese and ham omelette

  334. John Seaman

    Full English breakfast

  335. Paula Walters

    Herby mince pancakes

  336. Maxine

    love to make a family frittata with lots of onions, peppers and manchego cheese

  337. Lucy Deadman-Beal

    I would make Paella

  338. Bekki Woolnough

    Id make a huge fried breakfast with eggs, bacon, saisages, fried bread mmm mouth watering already :0D

  339. reuben

    sweet and sour chicken

  340. Emma Walton

    I think I’d make a cheese and pepper omelette.

  341. Julie Fisher

    Mushroom omelette

  342. Ursula Hunt

    Pork with White wine and Apricots

  343. Rachel Craig

    Cheese and onion omelette. Luckily maybe my brother would make it for me :- As a treat, he is good at making omelettes.

  344. Andy Thompson

    Mushroom Rissoto

  345. Judith Eddington

    a breakfast omlette

  346. Denise S

    i would do a chilli con carne

  347. claire WOODS

    Cheese omelette would be nice.

  348. claire WOODS

    Cheese omelette

  349. sandra bald

    I’d make pancakes

  350. Lauren aroundtheworldin80bakes.com

    I would love to make crepes. My pan has started to crumble away so haven’t had proper crepes in years now!

  351. alan

    spicy Shepard’s pie

  352. Claire Smith

    A lovely Spanish Tortilla

  353. Judith Allen

    cheese and potato frittata, or some other sort of what’s in the fridge omelet

  354. claire griffiths

    sweet and sour chicken stir fry 🙂

  355. Chris Davies

    Rosti for sure!

  356. mellysocks

    Bubble and squeak

  357. Vohn McGuinness

    I cringe too when I see TV chefs using metal in a non-stick pan. I couldn’t believe it when Mary Berry did it recently! Mr Vohn reckons they probably get so many pans they don’t care and just throw them out! 🙁
    I would make Mr Vohn his favourite breakfast of Ulster Fry if I won. 🙂 Vohn x

  358. Caroline H

    Red pepper and feta frittata

  359. Francesca Tuck

    Mushroom risotto

  360. Gavin

    First thing i would cook with these is a big fry up for breakfast

  361. Kerry Dibble

    I would make fish paella

  362. Jayne T

    spaghetti bolognese

  363. Jill Webb

    mushroom ham and cheese omlete

  364. Hong

    I’d make a chilli king prawn bucatini

  365. Lorraine Tinsley

    A lovely cheese and ham omelette

  366. Rich B

    Pork and Ginger stir fry 🙂

  367. Julie

    I’d make a variety of pasta sauces.

  368. clair dutton

    chicken stir fry

  369. julie laing

    a chicken stir fry

  370. Hazel Rea

    We developed a glutenfree Pan bread for my son so that is the first thing I would cook in it.


    nearly pancake day so some yummy american pancakes with fruit & maple syrup

  372. clair downham

    chorizo pasta dish

  373. Corina

    a cooked breakfast to start with.

  374. Ann Calland

    My favourite Cajun Chicken!

  375. justine meyer

    I would probably do an omelette for my daughter

  376. Rachel Gilbey

    I’d start by making Pancakes since Shrove Tuesday is coming up

  377. Rachael G

    I would make enchilladas.

  378. Winnie

    i’d love to cook steak with the pan

  379. frances hopkins

    a good fry up

  380. Lauren

    An omlet, with mushrooms and served with a side salad :p

  381. Karen Mitchell

    Potato cakes with cheese and bacon

  382. Holly Smith


  383. Christina Brown

    Mmmmm a yummy omelette

  384. Ashleigh Allan

    Omelette or maybe pancakes since pancake day is coming up!

  385. JO JONES

    Builder’s breakfast

  386. brenda heads

    It will get a good try out on Pancake day and for my morning omelette after that.

  387. Susan Hay

    A big juicy steak to go with chunky chips and mushrooms.

  388. chris hunt

    I would be under pressure to make an english breakfast for my husband.

  389. sarah evans

    pancakes with banana and chocolate sauce

  390. Rebecca Duncan

    Pancakes 🙂

  391. Anthony Gonsalves

    Love to cook so it’s difficult to name just one thing, but the Judge Natural Ceramic Frying Pan looks perfect for a lovely, healthy stir-fry which I prepare quite often for the family.

  392. milli


  393. sue hodges

    I’d probably cook an omelette

  394. Allan Smith


  395. Gill Saunders

    These look fab!

  396. jennifer h

    I’d make a chicken curry with it

  397. Jo Bryan

    A big frittata first.

  398. Frances Fox

    A classic cheese and onion omelette.

  399. Gillian Holmes


  400. Brad Start

    Omelette – but I’m sure my wife would find much better uses for it when it’s her turn to cook.

  401. liz denial

    I’d make a vegetarian chilli

  402. Daniela James

    Lovely giveaway!

  403. pete cleasby

    a nice cheese omelette

  404. Elaine Dale

    as it’s nearly pancake day would make those first

  405. Jane Willis

    an omelette, the acid test for any frying pan

  406. Jean Bolsover

    Chicken frittata


    fingers crossed x

  408. tina vincent

    I would make my beautiful caramelised onion and goats cheese risotto as Judge’s tools would do it justice.

  409. tina bell

    I’d make a spicy fry up or pancakes as its nearly pancake day xx

  410. Ms Suan Watts


  411. Julia Nicholls

    I would make a spicy Spanish style fritata

  412. kim

    I would make the fluffiest, most delicious bacon,cheese and mushroom omelette!! mouth watering 😉

  413. Phil

    Paella for 1

  414. victoria thurgood

    I would make a bacon and mushroom omelette first

  415. Leanne Lunn

    Spaghetti Bolognese, Love it

  416. Laura Tonks

    a lovely goats cheese and caramelized onion frittata YUM!

  417. Janey

    I’d make a chilli con carne! 🙂

    Jane x

  418. Anna

    It has to be Tartiflette – it is so rich that I rarely have it but I would have to make it to celebrate if I won!

  419. Helen Battle

    chinese stir fry

  420. Marnie Tomlinson

    I would make a nice spaghetti bolognese of course :)))

  421. Aneesah

    Spaghetti with meatballs

  422. Elaine Savage

    Turkey stir fry

  423. Zoe G

    Spaghetti Bolognese

  424. Ellen H

    I love the sound of your recipe for Pork Fried Rice. I’ve come a little late making fried rice and found I love it and as I have some roasted port sitting in the freezer waiting for inspiration I’ll give it a go!x

  425. Christine Shelley

    Spaghetti Bolognese. the family favourite

  426. Lorna Kennedy

    Just what I need for my new kitchen — fingers crossed!

  427. maureen findley

    stir fry

  428. Edward Guerreiro

    Probably, shredded duck in pancakes. I don’t need the pan for the duck, but the pancakes. All of my non-stick Tefal pans are ruined, so I haven’t been able to make them for a long time.

  429. Ellen H

    Well Valentine will be over bf competition ends so probably not steak how about eggs bacon and fried bread might not be too healthy but a special treat!x

  430. Helen M

    A nice stir-fry

  431. Simple Pork Fried Rice Live to try this

  432. Jessica Wilde

    A mushroom and tarragon omelette 🙂

  433. Roger

    Pulled pork with Spaghetti

  434. Peter Hewitt

    I would fry a nice juicy steak probably rib-eye

  435. Tracey Peach

    I Would Make A tir Fry Meal With This Prize

  436. Tracy Nixon

    I nice Spanish Fritatta!

  437. Valencia

    chicken piccata

  438. Maya Russell

    I would make Eggy Bread.

  439. BERNIE

    Great products, certainly won’t damage pans etc.

  440. June Etherington

    Fantastic prize. Just what I need right now as my kitchen items are all about 20 yrs old

  441. Nikki Hayes

    I’d make Bolognese sauce for spaghetti Bolognese ;o)

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