This ready to hang, matted framed art piece features patterned patches beside red and yellow apples on a brancha 7x7 giclee print under acrylic in an 11x11 birch wood frame. A clear acrylic facing is added to protect the print the piece is fully assembled by professional framers and comes ready to hang.
The Toddster and I had the most delicious lunch today. Most delicious indeed. Sarah from Purple PR contacted me recently and asked me if I would like the opportunity to try out the latest offering from the Linda McCartney vegetarian foods range, the Linda McCartney Mushroom & Ale Pies. I admit that I have toyed with the idea of becoming Vegetarian from time to time . I do like me a nice tasty steak from time to time . I was happy to give these new Linda McCartney Mushroom & Ale Pie's a try. We've eaten their sausages from time to time and really enjoyed. These pies are the happy result of the hugely successful "Search for the UK's Tastiest Meat Free Dish" contest in 2010, and I have to put my hand up and admit freely that these are very tasty pies indeed. As you know we are real pie afficionado's in this house!
The pastry was light, flakey and delicious and the filling quite generously ample and oh so scrummy. Consisting of tender mushrooms, lentils and spinach in a wonderful gravy lightly flavoured with ale that was moreishly good indeed! All together they were quite wonderfully scrumptious and I can see me going out to buy some more the next time I am at the shops! They are available exclusively in Sainsbury's from 7th August 2011 at a affordable £1.99 and will be available at Tesco (10/10/11) and Asda (05/11/11) also priced at £1.99. I believe that Linda McCartney did a lot to promote meat free eating and vegetarianism in her lifetime and her line of meat free products are considered to be some of the best around. I, for one, would highly recommend these tasty Vegetarian Mushroom & Ale Pies. This is truly food to come home to! You can read more about it here. I think we'll be enjoying Meat Free Mondays in our house regularly from now on . I'll admit that I'm not quite ready to give up that steak just yet . As Todd said when we were enjoying these pies . Many thanks to Sarah at Purple PR and Linda McCartney Foods for having afforded us this most delicious opportunity to try something new. I think we've found a new favourite around here!
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Yesterday morning we slept in, and then went out for a late brunch to Leopold's Tavern. I had the chicken and waffles, and Christopher had some loaded breakfast fries. The food was delicious, and the server was attentive. After breakfast we walked over to the Cathedral Village Arts Festival. This is a yearly festival in town that is so fun! We caught some rap artists, a couple new to us, and one old favourite. We walked and walked and walked, and ran into some people (our favourite being our little niece Remi). After a full day at the CVAF we headed back to our car. Once home again we planted all of our flowers, along with some herbs and peppers too. Luckily we got everything planted before it began to storm! The thunder and lightening drew us inside, but we made the most of it with movies and snacks. How was your weekend? What did you do? Have you planted anything this spring?
People prefer home cooked food more than having lunch at restaurant. They have become conscious about healthy habits and you will enjoy the food that is properly packed for you and there is no question of food getting rotten. These Small plastic containers are available in various shapes, styles, and colors. You can choose your own style and utilize the containers and have safe and fresh. The containers are specially designed for you to carry the lunch perfectly. Below-mentioned is the list of the features of these containers: these features will help you choose the best container. 1. Hot remain hot and cold remain cold: These air tight containers keep your food hot if the food is hot and keep the food cold if you keep cold. 2. Safe for microwave: The Microwavable containers are safe to preheat and you can keep your food in good condition. You can heat the food at certain degree to keep your food fresh and have them during lunch.