Aga School! A day at Davonport Interiors

Aga School! A day at Davonport Interiors

Aga School

So what a lovely day Jane and I have had today

Sitting in THE most beautiful Kitchen show room, Davonport Interiors #swoon – I thought I’d gone to heaven! Attending Aga School was a very good idea! 

My dream kitchen was right there and do you know what I’ll do my best to get it – one of these days ;-).

At Davonport they understand the importance of your kitchen and the crucial role it plays in day to day life.

It forms the background for a lifetime of memories and it’s for this reason they believe your kitchen should be designed specifically for you; tailored to meet your individual needs and suit your personal style and taste.

The best kitchen is the one that reflects the life you lead; at Davonport this is their priority.

Their approach means that every kitchen they make is truly bespoke.

All their kitchen cabinets and other furniture is  custom-built, handmade in there workshops on the Essex and Suffolk border (I got a sneaky peak behind the scenes), where their skilled craftsmen apply their decades of experience in exquisite bespoke interiors and kitchens.

Using only the highest quality raw materials, every piece of furniture Davonport produces is made to an exacting standard and finish. I shall dream on…. in the meantime go check them out by following the link above!

So what happened at Aga school when we got there?

Well a lovely chap called Mark who runs a cookery school called The Cooking Experience   greeted us with a wonderful baked breakfast – all in one tin – in the Aga!

Oh Aga School – can I stay forever please 

Now that’s true easypeasylemonsqueezy style! and it was delicious (late up so skipped breakfast – naughty easypeasylemonsqueezy)  

Marks ethos ‘ the inspirational relaxed way to cook’ and yes it was relaxed and we had so much fun and very hands on, check out his site if you fancy a few courses!

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And then the food kept coming at Aga School 

I don’t have an Aga and my experience is limited, somewhat an Aga virgin I guess and it all seemed a bit scary. But boy I learnt a lot,  I learnt some really cool and easy stuff, so much so I now WANT an Aga too ha ha!

I’ll be posting some of Marks lovely recipes soon so stayed tuned.

So off we went …..

First up an easy toastie – and this baking paper – wipeable, this is now on my shopping list (no Aga required)

How easy to make a toastie? Straight on the plate!

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Then, bread totally delicious and we scoffed it down! with a lot of butter 🙂

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Followed by savoury drop scones made into easy canopes:


Lovely easy filo parcels and EPLS in action! (No Apron!!)


And the most perfect Aga roasties and easy chicken dish stuffed with Feta (recipe soon)

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And I’ll just leave you with 1 of my fave Davonport Kitchens – ONE DAY!!!!! HEAVEN dontcha think…..


So guys if you buy a house with an Aga or you have a spare few quid I’d strongly recommend!

Don’t be scared, clap your hands and jump for joy!!!

Just leaves me to say a mashoosive thanks from Jane and I for a great day at Davonport Interiors at Aga School and thanks Mark for the fun and food!

(*Not Sponsored – Won the course via Facebook Comp )

Have you got an Aga?

Have you any hints and tips?

Drop us a comment below, would love to hear form you!

Cheers Clare & Jane



  1. Such a great day, in lovely surroundings and in great company. Please can we do it again tomorrow? Thanks for making me your plus one ? X x x

  2. five little doves

    Oh wow this looks AMAZING! I would love to do something like this, all of those foods – delicious! #brillantblogposts

  3. That paper is amazing for cooking stuff on top of the AGA – check out Mary berry scotch pancakes – can’t wait for you to cook for me x

  4. Isobel (Bella) Gibbs

    Please can you advise on Aga cookery lessons?

    1. Hi Bella – try an Aga shop? x

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