I’ve been constantly caught out this year by the passage of time. Here we are, inevitably, in December. The James McIntosh Christmas Demo was a huge success….more of a Demo with a large dosing of Comedic floor Show! Hilarious. We had a warehouse Sale and sold off lots of end of lines and discontinued stock. This was a really well … Continue reading
Betty is emptying her cupboards!! ON: Saturday 23 November 2013, 10.00 – 2.30 pm This is a fantastic opportunity to pick up some bargains, a few Christmas Presents sorted or even a treat for yourself. With a range of products from gifts, cookware, enamelware, textiles, laundry, pets and more you will not want to miss this Grand Warehouse Clearance Sale … Continue reading
At the time of writing this I am still in that ante-festival bloom of ‘it’ll be alright’ regarding the impending and looming arrival of ‘Herefordshire Flavours’. Firstly I am not going to be intimidated by the numbers…apparently 32,000 people went through the doors last year…the big attraction was Mary Berry. This year the big attraction (apart from myself of course!) … Continue reading
Sarah Whitaker, Genius to all things Aga and known as the Aga Lady visited our Leominster showroom last week and gave a cookery Demonstration to 41 lovely ladies and one brave man. The theme was entertaining and as ever Sarah made it all seem so easy and achievable…which of course it is but don’t let on. Our next demonstration is … Continue reading
Goodness me this summer has been a whirl of doings and fun and sunshine! We held a vintage tea party to raise money for St. Michaels Hospice. The Hospice is an amazing place and if you read the testimonials from the family members of the patients you will see that they treat the whole family, the care there is phenomenal … Continue reading
If you are making chutney use the floor of the roasting oven as a boiling plate. All the vinegar smells go up the chimney.
This sounds obvious but… the wider the base of the pan that you place on the Aga boiling plate – the quicker it boils.
Peel a banana from the bottom not the stalk…it’s much easier and you don’t get that funny lump…it’s how monkeys do it!
We are holding a 1950′s Vintage Tea Party to raise money for St Michael’s Hospice. To be held at Aga Twyford in Leominster, we are staging the event with tables and table cloths and umbrellas, bunting and 1950′s Vintage China Cups & Saucers, cake stands and cloudy lemonade. There will be lots of colourful cupcakes, a cakes for sale table, … Continue reading
Betty says….. Lori Murdoch is an inspiration. We were scratching our heads wondering how we could support her in her attempt to raise money and awareness about malignant melanoma. It is an aggressive form of cancer but if caught early enough is thoroughly treatable. Unfortunately for Lori and her partner Steve it was not caught early enough. We have selected … Continue reading