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By Louise Walker

Following on from the luck of her tremendous Aga yr cookbook, Louise Walker tackles the favorite meal of Aga vendors far and wide: the Sunday roast Lavish images illustrates over 70 recipes for all issues roasted. Drawing on concept from Britain and past, Louise Walker showcases a wealthy array of outdated and much-loved favourites, many with a satisfyingly scrumptious twist, along extra unique roasted dishes from Europe, North Africa, the center East, and past. There are grasp periods on jointing, carving, and serving, in addition to a wealth of stuffings and accompaniments. To around off the e-book, Louise comprises a few precious and well timed rules for what to do along with your roasted leftovers. Aga Roast is a beautiful and demanding addition to any Aga library

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