Happy Aga Sunday!

Sunday always feels like Aga day to me, especially at this time of year! The temperature has really dropped this week, I went out yesterday on the dog walk in Barbour, hat and gloves - don't know what I'll do when it's really cold!

I had a few questions via e-mail and phone this week and I thought I would write up my answers as blog posts. The first was about what to do with a fine coating of rust on an Agas hotplates. The cooker had been off over the summer - impressive resisting temptation to turn on again until now I think! 

This got me thinking about why some Agas are more rusty than others and what causes it in the first place. Find out more here

Finally I had to solve the problem of a wobbly Aga lid, more info here.

If you have questions about your Aga do drop me a line to matthew@blakeandbull.co.uk and I will do my best to help! 

I hope you have a lovely Sunday. If you are planning a Sunday roast (I know I am!) then don't miss my recipe for the best roast potatoes ever (<fact!). 

Matthew

Sunday walk; fun with a root!

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Matthew Bates
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Matthew is from a farming family near Bath and a graduate of King's College London who decided not to follow the 'standard' path into banking or the law. He has been working with Aga's in some form or another since 2003. Matthew runs Blake and Bull from beautiful Bradford on Avon, near Bath. Alf the golden retriever makes sure the working day finishes at 6pm sharp - dog walk time!