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Fresh Raspberry and Chocolate CheesecakeA summer favourite, this cheesecake is simple, stunning and so moreish, you may have to make a couple just to keep everyone happy.
Feta and Olive LoafClassic Mediterranean ingredients make this loaf a meal in itself.
Acland Street Carrot CakeBy Richard Maggs, the AGA Cookery Doctor
Giant Couscous SaladA great tasting accompaniment to slow roasted meat, kebabs, casseroles or just on its own for a light lunch. These pearl like grains are an alternative to the regular couscous. Recipe by AGA Food Editor, Dawn Roads.
Bean FeastJust the thing for a non-meat meal, this recipe uses store cupboard ingredients eminently suitable for a mid week dinner. Serve with jacket potatoes or hunks of warm, fresh crusty bread. Recipe by AGA Food Editor, Dawn Roads.
Roasted Beetroot with Dill DipRoasting brings out the sweetness of the beetroot, a vegetable that has been used for over 2,000 years. Recipe by AGA Food Editor, Dawn Roads.
White Chocolate and Raspberry CheesecakeBy AGA Demonstrator Sarah Whitaker from her bestselling cookbook Effortless AGA Cooking.
Barbeque Sausage SconeBased on an original recipe by Trisha Dunbar this rich scone base is topped with British sausages and a piquant sauce. Made in the roasting tin it serves a crowd of youngsters.
Smoked Mackerel CroustadesThe bold taste of smoked mackerel is complemented by the South-East Asian flavours of lime and chilli.
QuesadillasThis is a simple versatile dish and ingredients can be personalised to suit your tastes. Great for a quick solo snack, informal entertaining, kid's dinner, or cut into pizza style slices for a summer picnic.
Steak and Ale PieDo feel free to substitute the puff with short-crust pastry and we recommend serving with a nice heap of veg from the garden.
Prawn CurryIn celebration of National Curry Month 7th-13th October 2013. Recipe by Dawn Roads, AGA Food Editor.
Apple and Date LatticeThe dates and icing provide the sweetness, so there is no need to add extra sugar to the Bramley apples. The lattice can be served warm as a dessert or cold with coffee or tea.
Blackberry and Almond CakeMakes one 23cm cake
Chocolate Hazlenut DreamServes 10 - possibly!