Three-day, all-expense-paid trip for two to the beautiful Carolinas and Georgia, including cooking classes, home tours and lunch with a celebrity cookbook author.
Buena Park, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2010
For people who love to cook and to visit beautiful places, The AGA Great Escape Contest, by AGA Ranges, offers a three-day, all-expense-paid trip for two to the beautiful Carolinas and Georgia, including cooking classes, home tours and lunch with a celebrity cookbook author. The drawing is open to anyone who fills out a contest entry online and attends an AGA Cooker Demonstration offered by an AGA dealer in their area by Oct. 31, 2010.
The contest winner and guest will receive air transportation to Charlotte, NC. Returning from Savannah, GA. where they will enjoy hours of cookery classes and a luncheon with a celebrity cookbook author, plus demonstrations of how to cook on an AGA Cooker.
The prize includes an interactive AGA Cookery class and one night accommodation at Duke Mansion Bed & Breakfast Charlotte, NC., AGA Cooker Home Tour and one night accommodation at Planters Inn in Charleston, SC., AGA Cookery Class, lunch with a celebrity cookbook author and one night accommodation at Palmetto Bluff Resort in Savannah, GA. Remaining hours will be spent exploring local historic areas and enjoying the luxury/resort accommodations. Meals and ground transportation in Charlotte, Charleston and Savannah are included.
AGA Cookers are powered by natural gas, propane or electricity and was invented by a blind Nobel Prize-winning Swedish physicist Dr. Gustaf Dalen in the 1920s, creating a tradition and reputation that has grown over the years around the world. Proponents extol the cast-iron, enameled stoves for their beauty, radiant heat, heat-storage, and “lock-in-the-flavor” features as well as for their sound construction designed to last a lifetime.
Each AGA Cooker includes four unique ovens (one each for roasting, simmering, baking, and warming) and spacious hotplates set simultaneously at different temperatures for boiling, melting, and warming.
“The stove is warm and ready to go when you are, like an old-fashioned wood-burning cook stove with its multiple compartments for different cooking functions,” said Bob Wells, Vice President of Sales for VAH Marketing, the California distributor for AGA Ranges. “You can do so many things with the AGA, so the contest winner will be in for a real treat.”.
To enter the AGA Great Escape Contest, go to http://www.aga-ranges.com.