It’s all go in the AGA world and there are lots of exciting developments on the boil. Here are just a few exciting things to look out for…
Want to cook supper? There’s an app for that…
I was terribly excited when I found out I could record my favourite Sky programmes from my mobile phone. Never again would I miss another episode of the Murdoch Mysteries or indeed any of the comings and goings at Downton Abbey. But life in the electronic world is set to get even better – I’ve learned that AGA is soon to launch an app that will allow owners to turn their AGA Total Control on and off, wherever they happen to be.
All change for AGA in London
I hear that both London AGA shops are set to move this month. The Marylebone High Street shop is moving across the road and, from March 19th, will be found on the ground floor of the blissful Divertimenti store. On March 26th, the AGA shop in Knightsbridge will be moving from Beauchamp Place to Divertimenti on the Brompton Road.
In each case it sounds like everything any AGA enthusiast could want being together in two culinary hubs right at the centre of things. I’ve been to both stores and at each location you’ll be able to find AGA cookers and the most extraordinary range of culinary equipment and also, of course, a huge selection of cookery classes and AGA demonstrations through the Divertimenti Cookery School.
AGA Total Control to debut in America
As coming out parties go, they don’t come much smarter than this. I have received an invitation to Los Angeles on March 21st, when the divine Kathryn Ireland will be hosting a party for her gorgeous and glamorous friends and the AGA Total Control will be the star of the show.
The party is being held at Kathryn’s stunning house in LA and local celebrity chef Tim Glazier will be cooking delicious food on Kathryn’s gorgeous new AGA Total Control.
Next in the diary is the Architectural Digest Home Show in New York from March 22-25, so it’s set to be a busy week for the world’s most famous cooker – and me!