8 Reasons to buy a New Generation AGA

Temple Street Pistachio 3 door electric aga

An AGA is very different to conventional oven, so I’ve put together a list which highlights its benefits and hopefully helps clarify some of the differences. It relates specifically to the new generation, electric Total Control AGA (pictured above), which is the model I have here in London, and which is perfect for city living.

If you have any more questions, would be interested in coming to play about on my AGA or have a bespoke demonstration, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch: thefoodieat@gmail.com… 

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Coalbrookdale Foundry: visiting the Aga factory

View from the Colebrookdale Foundry front door

View from the Coalbrookdale Foundry front door

It’s a bright spring morning, and I’m stuck in stalemate. My taxi is refusing to budge, and neither is the red-faced man in front of us, waving his arms out of his Toyota window. The two cars are nose to nose on a single-lane country road which was never meant for more traffic than one man and a few sheep. Lined by dry-stone walls, there’s little room for manoeuvre. So I sit and wait until one of them relents, and reverses back up the winding road to a lay-by…. 

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Aga spring sale 2015

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Spring cleans, new life, new beginnings.
It’s a good time of year for a change.
And if you’ve ever thought about getting an AGA, it’s a good time for that too, thanks to their huge spring discounts.

If you have any questions about getting an AGA, would like a demonstration or a go yourself, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch and I would be delighted to arrange a date for you to come round for a bespoke class. 

For more information on AGA’s spring discounts, click HERE.

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