Due to maintenance work there is no electricity in our little village during working hours on Thursday 16th August.
This means we are unable to make or accept calls on the landline or answer your emails.
Due to our rural location it is not always possible to accept calls on the mobile too!
We PROMISE to answer your emails as soon as the power returns, so please do get in touch and thank you so much for your patience.
Our individual AGA classes can be tailored to suit you. Perhaps you have enjoyed AGA cookery for the last twenty five years and would like the chance to hone some new skills. Or you may have recently moved home and inherited a pre-loved AGA. We can develop a private one-to-one class to suit you. Please get in touch so that we can arrange to telephone you and chat through your requirements.
Caroline and Roger from Buckinghamshire – February 2018
‘Very many thanks for welcoming us to All Hallows. The stay alone made it worth the trip, but the AGA course absolutely exceeded expectations. You won’t be surprised to learn that the first pie lasted precisely five minutes once we got home – the smell was torture during the journey! The second is in the freezer along with a host of other goodies. Roger is especially pleased to have learnt some new pastry techniques and is happily planning what to make for the country-house opera season, which sees us entertaining most weekends.’
Simply relax in one of our spacious farmhouse rooms, wake to an AGA cooked breakfast each morning and explore the stunning Cranborne Chase AONB, Jurassic Coast & Stonehenge World Heritage Sites and the New Forest.
Cookery classes & events for summer and early autumn…
Our ‘pop up’ tea room returns for the summer. We will be open from 2pm until 5.30pm every Saturday during July and August (excluding the bank holiday) serving Dorset cream teas.
Seasonal AGA Cookery
Sociable kitchen classes. Cook and dine with other AGA owners.
You will need 900g (2lbs) redcurrants, washed well and leaves removed but stalks can remain Measure the water depending on the ripeness of the fruit. If the currants are under rip then allow 300ml (1/2 pint) but if they are ripe simply add half this amount. If you...