Aga-uments move in favour

Littler, Olivia; Herring, Simon; Hill, Margaret; Williams, Sue; Cole, Lynne; McCracken, Richard
January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/12/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 2, p73
Trade Publication
The article presents several letters sharing the uses of Aga equipment. One reader says Aga is more than a cooker, but also a family friend. Another reader stressed that Aga dries boiler suits overnight and cooks porridge perfectly. One also shares about their Aga oven powered exclusively by wind turbine, which makes it the greenest equipment in Great Britain.


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