• No knead bread
    Quick and easy no-knead bread recipe by Naomi Hansell. 
  • Broccoli and Goats' Cheese Tart
    The AGA cooker's radiant heat really comes into its own with this dish, the filling comes out heavenly light and cooking on the floor of the oven ensures a crispy, cooked pastry base. As well as making a really good stand-alone light lunch or snack, small garnished slices can become a cracking starter when entertaining. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this great recipe. 
  • Asparagus Tart
    Delicious served warm or cold, courtesy of our friends at Clarence Court Eggs.
  • Lamingtons
    'Lamingtons have been my favourite treat for as long as I can remember. This is the most straight-forward recipe, variations include layering the sponge with jam and cream, or even a lemon curd, before dipping in the chocolate and coconut.' Samantha Harvey, Kitchen Manager at the Divertimenti Cookery School. Recipe courtesy of the Divertimenti Cookbook (by Camilla Schneideman, Weidenfeld & Nichoson 2007)
  • Black Pudding Scotch Eggs
    I run the Pig and Hay food stall on Chapel Market in Islington where we serve up fresh homemade scotch eggs, sausage rolls and pork sandwiches to a busy lunchtime crowd. These black pudding scotch eggs are one of my best sellers. Follow Hayley on Twitter: @Pig_and_Hay
  • Soda Bread in the Portmerion for AGA Stacking Casserole
    Soda Bread is so easy to make - the perfect homemade bread for beginners. 
  • Double Ginger Biscuits
    Crisp ginger biscuits to accompany tea, coffee or a glass of milk. Bake a few batches as these freeze particularly well and you never know when there might be a biscuit emergency.
  • Poppy Seed and Marmalade Traybake
    The AGA cooker is famous for its traybakes – large, shallow cakes which can be cut into many pieces. This particular bake has a distinctive poppyseed texture and a tasty orange tang. Tradition has never tasted so good.
  • Poppy Seed and Marmalade Flapjack Recipe
    These are so easy to make and freeze very well, so there can always be slow-burn energy food to hand for outings and long walks. A square popped into a lunchbox should see them through until the end of school.
  • Strawberry and White Chocolate Muffins
    Laura James shares her divine recipe for Strawberry and White Chocolate Muffins.
  • Quesadillas
    This is a simple versatile dish and ingredients can be personalised to suit your tastes. Great for a quick solo snack, kid’s dinner, or cut into pizza style slices for a summer picnic. They are also a great way of using up any of those Sunday Roast leftovers.