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We are pleased to bring you the complete range of AGA cookers and cookware
Go to the AGA website for the Rose Tree Cottage demonstration schedule and click on "Visit a Demo".
The AGA Saga
No other stove in the world is written about in novels, is so loved by it's owners that they miss it when they are away (we know from experience!) and is such an important part of family life. You may be wondering what is an AGA and why is it so unique?
An AGA Cooker is a
cast-iron, gas-fueled, enamel-glazed cooking stove that uses
non-drying radiant heat to gently cook food, often in less time
than a traditional stove. It was designed in 1922 by a renowned
Swedish physicist and first introduced in the United Kingdom in
1929. There is so much to recommend the AGA that we suggest you
take a look and then call us for a more in depth discussion of
life with an AGA.
|Four Oven Model. This AGA features four large ovens for roasting, baking, simmering, and warming (food or plates) and two hotplates and a warming plate.||Two Oven Model. Featuring two large hotplates and two large ovens (one for roasting or baking, the other for simmering) the two oven model is beautifully compact.|
We also stock an array of accessories and cookware designed to Aga's exacting standards but suitable for all range cookers.
|Cast iron casserole dishes in a variety of sizes, shapes and colours to match your AGA Cooker.||Stainless steel pots and pans in a selection of sizes available.||"Breakfast" (shown), "Baking Day" or 1 cup collectors teapots in ivory, blue or green.|
Click here to go to AGA Cookery Books & "AGA Sagas" by Joanna Trollope & Rosamunde Pilcher
For more information about the AGA Cooker or cookware and how they fit your specific needs please contact us by telephone (626-793-3337) or via the following form:
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