AGA cookers, conventional cookers, Refrigeration and Stoves
The iconic AGA cooker has been the heart of the home for decades. However, AGA knows that since the AGA cooker was invented in 1922 there have been many lifestyle changes and it’s not always necessary to have the AGA cooker on all the time. That’s why AGA have developed some new flexible AGA models and now, an AGA cooker can really fit into every home and lifestyle.
Beneath the classic looks of every AGA is a heart of cast iron: the entire cooker is an outstandingly efficient energy store, steadily transferring the heat from its core into its ovens and hotplates. AGA cookers are built from cast iron which is a fantastic material for retaining and, even more importantly, radiating heat. Thermostatic control maintains consistent temperatures while high levels of insulation within the outer casing and beneath the hotplate covers ensure that every AGA uses fuel economically.
The AGA releases a unique source of gentle, friendly warmth into your kitchen. Within the ovens, heat comes from all surfaces simultaneously, ensuring a kinder, gentler cooking process without the fierce direct heat found in conventional cookers. Another benefit of this is that this cooking process preserves food’s moisture, flavour and, most importantly, goodness.
Ask any AGA owner and they’ll tell you that their food really does taste better and that they get brilliant results, every time.