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Martha Stewart Suffers Pain of Faux Pas as Casserole Dishes are Recalled

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Casseroles may be considered a cold-weather dish, but that doesn't mean that we SoCal-ers won't be devastated by the fact that pans made by Martha Stewart to cook the traditional meal are being recalled. The Martha Stewart Collection Enamel Cast Iron Casseroles, which were sold at Macy's, posed burn and laceration hazards (how gauche, Martha), according to a statement released by the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission. In a few instances, the enamel on the outside of the dishes broke and went "flying off of the casseroles," although no one was hurt.

Anyone in possession of such a dish can take it back to Macy's for a full refund.

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