What I’ve Got : an AGA oven

Invented in 1922 by Noble prize winning Swedish-physicist Gustaf Dalen, the AGA cast iron cooker is always on, at a relatively low continuously burning source, such that the accumulated heat can be used when needed for cooking.  AGA stoves warm kitchens, and are suitable for chilly climates, such as Cambridge, right now.

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