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Description: Casserole Mini oval casserole is suitable for use in the oven, microwave and freezer Wide, comfortable handles offer a confident grip Complete with matching lid Oven safe to 500°F and dishwasher safe Quality assurance guarantee Colorful, solid stoneware construction provides ...
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Paula Deen Casseroles

If you have never purchased a Paula Deen casserole dish before and you are in the market for a new casserole dish then you're in for a treat. Try out Paula Deen cookware and you're sure to be impressed. Make that next meal a special one with a casserole dish from Paula Dean.

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