Cooking tips for Christmas is the theme for Topstak’ s AGA cookery demonstration on Thursday, December 7, from 12noon-2pm, at the Vale of Glamorgan showroom.
AGA expert chef, Dawn Rhodes will be showing how to cook exciting food on the incredibly versatile electric AGA that also has the new companion module with an induction hob. It is the focus point of the new Neptune kitchen display at the Cowbridge showroom.
Range cookers are in high demand for those looking to cook delicious food including those heart-warming slow cooked recipes. Earlier this year AGA appointed Topstak their exclusive distributor for south Wales, which has working AGA displays at their Cowbridge and Monmouth showrooms.
Topstak has become the range cooking centre for south Wales as it also displays the Everhot and Esse cookers. All these electric cookers offer easy to use controls and economy whilst retaining the homely values and appearance of a traditional range cooker. Some even include the option of induction hobs by the hotplates, which can be switched off if the summer is too hot.
The convenience of electric has created the resurgence of interest for range cookers. There is also a much wider choice of colours and sizes, which means that a range cooker can fit in almost any kitchen or décor.
Topstak has also just updated its Neptune kitchen displays at the Vale of Glamorgan showroom and is showcasing the new Henley range featuring traditional oak finishes and the eye-catching painted cabinets.
To find out more please look up Topstak on www.topstak.co.uk, or call 01446 771 567 for details on tickets to the demonstration. More cookery demos will be held next year.