Aga Books


Aga Bible by Amy Willcock

The Aga is much more than an oven, it's an icon, it's a statement, It's a way of life. Agas have never been more popular and the queen of Aga cookery is undoubtedly Amy Willcock. Here is her definitive Aga Bible. With 300 classic, timeless recipes and bags of advice and tips for Aga owners. ...

Aga Cook Book Stand

The much requested Aga Cook Book Stand has a deep lip to hold your cookbook in place as well as a hinged double strut back support to make sure the stand stay firm and doesn't move under the weight of your books. Aga Cook Book Stand Details: Size: 24cm x 24cm Material: FSC Beech Wood

Aga Cook Books Set of Three

The set of 3 Aga cook book contains The Aga Party Book, Traditional Aga Cookery Book and the Aga Book of Slow Cooking By Louise Walker. While stocks last!

Aga Year by Louise Walker

Aga Year is the most ambitious Aga cookery book yet, published with more than 250 new previously unpublished recipes, in a day by day format. 365 recipes to fill the Aga owner's year. This cookbook celebrates all that is best about British produce through a wonderful collection which follows the ...

Jennifer Aldridge's Archers' Country Kitchen

Over 150 recipes from Jennifer's own scrap book that she has collected over the years, are brought together in a season-by-season tour of the kitchens of Ambridge. Every recipe is given a setting within the world of The Archers, whether it's Home Farm Game Pie or Clarrie Grundy's Scrumpy...

Mary Berry's Christmas Collection HARDBACK

NEW HARDBACK EDITION New for the 2014 Festive season! With over 100 recipes and tips from the queen of baking, Mary Berry combines festive favourites with a variety of new and exciting dishes to spice up your Christmas. By taking the traditional Christmas and giving it a fabulous twist, Mary add...

Merry Berry's One Step Ahead

Even the most organised and skilful cook can find themselves pressed for time when entertaining. The secret lies in clever pre-preparation. This might mean having a bake or a stuffed roast ready assembled in the fridge, ready to be popped into the oven or having an impressive sauce or topping pre...

Mix by James Mcintosh

A comprehensive guide to basic proportions in cookery, giving the quantities needed for simple, everyday food. Mix by James Mcintosh contains over 170 recipes, from how to make a white sauce to how to prepare pastry. James is an official Aga Demonstrator and award winning cookbook author.  &...

Secrets of Aga Cakes

This is the first ever cake book for Aga owners, all the lovely things cooks want to make but often find tricky to get right in the Aga. With 100 recipes for large cakes, cupcakes, buns, muffins and traybakes, ranging from the classic to the contemporary, this book is perfect for both the keen ca...

The Aga Book by Mary Berry

The cookery author, journalist and broadcaster, Mary Berry, provides a guide to using Aga (and Rayburn) cookers. It begins with details of how an Aga works, the Aga way of cooking, and the basics of the two-oven and four-oven Aga, a section on utensils, and general tips. The main section of the b...

The Complete Book of Aga Know-How

Written by the same author as the phenomenally successfull Aga Tips Books, Richard Maggs.A complete bible for all Aga owners. Everything that needs to be known summaries on face-filled pages.Technique and method focused, straight forward and common sense advice includes tips on how to convert any...

The Little Book of Aga Tips

The first Little Book of Aga Tips, by Richard Maggs a collection of 50 invaluable tips for the Aga owner. Another perfect little Aga gift. From 'keeping your Aga clean' to 'warming winter woolies', Richard Maggs shares twenty years of Aga know-how. With invaluable professional tips, time-saving s...


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