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Rayburn Open Day

Aga Twyford and Betty Twyford held a Rayburn Open Day on Saturday.  The sun shone, the door opened and the public entered a world of Aga and Rayburn cookers, Falcons, Six Fours, and Rangemasters.

Richard Maggs, the Aga Cookery Doctor, extolled the virtue of using a Rayburn to control the household budget.  He cooked delicious toasties, scrumptious sausages dribbled in Mango chutney and Sesame seeds, a fatless Roulade with lemon cream filling which was to die for and numerous other tasty ideas for instant gratification.

We found the public reluctant to leave and we had to show some of them the door when it came time to shut up shop.  A great compliment indeed and a wonderful day!

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1 Comment on Rayburn Open Day

  1. I would have your lemon meringue every time, the baked alpeps wouldn’t even get a look in. I always use Delia’s recipe and her meringue is lovely and crisp on the outside and fluffy inside. Although true to say I am a huge Mary Berry fan too.I am afraid to say that there isn’t much left of Wolverhampton town centre these days.There was a very interesting article regarding the film Toast in the Mail on Sunday, this last Sunday. It was an interview given by his Step-mothers daughters and they make reference to the lemon meringue pie’ .

    Luz | May 9, 2012 at 9:49 am () (Reply)

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