I was thrilled to receive a copy of the new AGA Living magazine in the post, not least because it is packed full of delicious recipes. We have a crowd descending for the weekend and I will definitely be making these tarts for pudding on Sunday.
It has been awfully busy lately in the AGA world, so it was lovely to have a relaxing day at The Royal Welsh Show today.
I had such a wonderful time last night when I attended the opening of Clodagh McKenna’s new restaurant in Dublin.
They say you should never meet your heroes and so often this proves to be true. Not so for me this week, though, when I got to spend time with Marco Pierre White.
It’s a well known fact that the AGA cooker produces delicious, healthy food with minimum fuss.
I had a wonderful evening at Stratford-upon-Avon racecourse, which hosted the grand final of the AGA Ladies’ Open Point-to-Point Championship.
The AGA cooker is such a familiar British icon that it’s easy to forget that it is not yet a common fixture in kitchens in some other countries around the world.