To celebrate Food Month, The Irish Times has teamed up with AGA to give you the chance to win a new AGA Dual Control cooker.
About the AGA Dual Control
The new AGA Dual Control is everything you love about the AGA cooker, but with added flexibility and much reduced running and servicing costs.
The AGA Dual Control looks much like a traditional AGA cooker and – just like the traditional model – the cast-iron ovens are always available for use, creating that indefinable AGA warmth. What’s more, the two hotplates can be turned on and off independently, meaning you can make a reduction in the overall heat input into the room from the cooker when desired and, in turn, reduce running costs. The boiling plate and simmering plate can be operated at the turn of a switch via the discrete control panel and so are on when you need them and off when you don’t.
Not only does the AGA Dual Control cook using the same principles as a traditional AGA – using indirect radiant heat – but it can also cost up to 50% less to run than a 13-amp electric AGA cooker.
Available in 12 stunning colours – including the new Aqua – the AGA Dual Control is perfect for those who love good food, a stylish, cosy kitchen and the benefits of reduced running and servicing costs. Find out more about AGA here
For your chance to win this fantastic prize, just answer the following question:
Competition Clarification: The Irish Times wishes to correct an error in The Saturday Magazine, November 2nd, in relation to the “Win an Aga” Competition. The number of colours the advertised model is available in is 12, not 13 as stated in the Magazine.