AGA Marvel has launched the new AGA Total Control Cooker to the Canadian press and its trade partners.
The press launch was hosted in the stunning Grange showroom on
King Street East, Toronto Ontario on January 12th. Among the media
to attend were Canadian House and Home magazine including its
editor and publisher.
AGA Rangemaster Chief Executive William McGrath welcomed guests and brought them right up-to-date on the history of AGA, why AGA is so well - loved in the UK.
William explained why the new AGA Total Control will be game-changing for the Canadian market.
Celebrated cookery author and local restaurateur Donna Dooher was the guest chef for the event - Donna, who is a prominent figure in the Toronto hospitality community prepared delicious food demonstrating the sheer versatility and scale of the AGA Total Control.
Donna cited a remarkable 'return to the table' in Canada and the AGA Total Control fits perfect with this new mindset. It's extremely versatile and so easy to use and the food results are amazing.
The launch continued at the AGA Marvel SOFA Galleries, in
conjunction with the Canadian Home Furnishings Market, January 14th
-17th. The stylish Marvel series was also unveiled.
The AGA Total Control cooker was an instant hit among the guests.
Restaurant proprietor Rodney Bowers who is also one of Toronto's most distinguished chefs cooked on the AGA Total Control over three days. Rodney focused on the 10 methods of cooking much to the delight of his audience; they saw him grill, toast, stir fry, fry, simmer, casserole, boil, roast, bake, and steam on the AGA Total Control. He described it as the 'Rolls Royce of ovens' and the most 'forgiving' one he has ever used. He said he 'fell in love' with AGA .
See below for some images from the AGA Total Control launch in Canada.
Group Chief Executive William McGrath (left) with chef Rodney Bowers demonstrating the AGA Total Control.
The AGA Marvel team at the launch of the AGA Total Control in Canada.
Some of the product range offered at the AGA Marvel SOFA Galleries, Toronto