Why should I go to an Aga demonstration?

Why bother to go to a demonstration? 

A demonstration is not a cooking lesson or some cosy cooking club.  You don't have to be a brilliant or even a particularly keen cook to come to a demonstration.  


The aim of a demonstration is to give you the confidence to enjoy cooking on your Aga.


I would never presume to teach anyone to cook at a demonstration - the purpose of the demonstration is to help you to get the most from your Aga.  


I will dispel many of the myths about cooking on an Aga - yes, you can bake a cake in a two oven Aga! Yes, you can stir fry on an Aga! Yes, you can grill in an Aga! No, you don't have to live off stew for the rest of your life.

At a demonstration: 

  • You will learn lots of Aga cooking techniques, many of which have been developed in the past few years and may come as a surprise if you have not been to a demonstration lately.

  • You will learn how to make the most economical use of your Aga.

  • You will learn how to make the most efficient use of your Aga.

  • You will learn the principles of how an Aga works.

  • You will learn how to manage the heat in your Aga.

  • You will learn why you need to use specific pans and tins - not because I want to sell them to you, but because they will help you to get the best from your cooker.  

  • You will learn why you don't need certain pans, for example a wok or special paella pan.

  • You will have the opportunity to ask any cooking question you like and get an unbiased, independent and honest answer based on my many years of experience, cooking on all the Agas in the range, and using all the fuel sources available.  Sometimes this is a really, really honest answer!

  • I won't try to sell you anything.  

  • You will take home a collection of recipes that you have seen cooked and can trust to work on your own Aga.

  • Finally, you will learn to relax, chuck things into the oven and let the Aga do what it does best - cook brilliantly.

If you have had an oil or gas Aga for years and upgrade to the new generation of 21st century Agas, you will learn the different approach to the modern cookers - they are exactly the same as the old ones in many ways, yet completely different in others!  A bit like changing from a PC to a MAC, the basic workings are the same but the new format may take a little getting used to - seeing a demonstration will make this change far easier for you.

Book a place at a demonstration in my house, either on a group day or a private lesson, or book me to come to your house.

Phone: +44 (0) 1264 781 072

Follow Sarah on Twitter and Instagram for recipe tips and interesting food combinations as they go into the oven, as well as advance information on demonstration places and menu ideas!


I am looking forward to my new Esse range, which offers all the best aspects of traditional cast iron cooking, with an induction hob and full size grill!   Esse are British made and a British owned, family company.

Now also the proud owner of an Aga 60, a brilliant cooker!

Chicocry & Fig