If you’re more Lady Gaga than mistress or master of your AGA, but have inherited one through a house move, or long to perfect the art of AGA cookery, take heart – help is at hand!
Divine Lake District cookery school, LucyCooks, in Staveley near Kendal, has a sensationally swish AGA room in which to bestow the gems of wisdom required when cooking with a stored-heat stove.
AGA Saga demonstrations, full of tips and handy hints, are run by a top-notch AGA demonstrator, who will explain the art of AGA cookery, tell you how to get the best out of your AGA (even as a means to warm up your coat in winter!) and show you how to create exciting recipes.
You will learn how to make the AGA the hub of your home and ensure it can get you out of hospitality scrapes when someone drops in unexpectedly!
These informative sessions help build confidence when using an AGA and allow for all manner of questions to be answered. They also enable participants to indulge in some food tasting, tucking into a delicious pie, Swiss roll or flan as they relax beside the waters of the rippling River Kent.
If your AGA is more static than status symbol, it’s time to explore its possibilities and these LucyCooks sessions will do just that. AGA Saga demonstrations and tastings run on November 30, 2011 (2pm to 5pm) and February 5, 2012 (9.30am to 1pm) and cost just £40. Book at www.lucycooks.co.uk or call 01539 822507.