Aga Cooking: The Contemporary Recipe Bible for All Aga Owners

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Ebury Publishing, 2002 - Cooking - 192 pages
The Aga is both a timeless design classic and a sleek new style object, increasingly attractive to an affluent new audience who are looking for more contemporary recipe ideas. Aga Cooking will be the new bible for both existing Aga owners and new fans. The author Amy Willcock draws on her experience of running Aga cookery courses to share all the essential secrets for getting the best out of your machine, as well as trouble-shooting tips and hints. Fantastic recipes range from Green Thai Chicken and Crispy Duck Panckaes to Rasberry Souffle. With the Aga seal of approval, this is the book no Aga should be without.

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About the author (2002)

Amy Willcock is much admired for her extensive knowledge about getting the best out of your Aga and for her contemporary and appealing recipes. She runs three highly successful UK hotels with her husband, including the stylish, Michelin-star winning hotel, The George, on the Isle of Wight, where she holds regular Aga workshops and cookery courses.

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