Amy Willcock's Aga Know-How: Lifting the Lid on Your Aga

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Ebury Publishing, 2003 - Cookery - 176 pages
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From 'the handholder to Aga owners everywhere' (Nigella Lawson) comes the problem-solving instruction book that no Aga owner should be without. Drawing on her experience of teaching Aga cookery classes, Amy Willcock shares the best trade secrets for getting the most out of your Aga. Amy Willcock's Aga Know-How is packed with advice and information on everything from how to keep the heat in, how to clean and service your oven, what kind of utensils to use and how to convert recipes, to the best ways to cook all your favourite foods. Featuring the tips and hints that only a pro knows, such as roasting coffee beans, making stock, melting chocolate and reheating convenience food as well as illustrations of where to cook your favourite dishes and information on stockists, cookware specialists and websites, this is the one-stop handbook for the new generation of Aga cooks.

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About the author (2003)

Amy Willcock's contemporary and appealing recipes have brought Aga cooking into the 21st century to great acclaim. Amy is the bestselling author of Aga Cooking and the forthcoming Amy Willcock's Aga Baking, and she has recently launched a cookware range with Mermaid. She runs three highly successful hotels with her husband including The George on the Isle of Wight, which holds a Michelin star, where she holds Aga workshops and cookery courses.

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