Pasta Evangelists Vegetarian Feasting Box & Pasta Making Kit – Review

Pasta Evangelists Vegetarian Feasting Box & Pasta Making Kit – Review: March 2019

Pasta Evangelists a London based business headed up by co-founder Alessandro CEO and Chris head of Operations & finance with their team of Pasta enthusiasts.

The brand can be pasta proud, as they have three food heavy weight who are official Evangelists and also co-founders in their business including, he Times restaurant critic and columnist Giles Coren, founder of Leith’s School of Food & Wine and Great British Bake-off celeb Prue Leith and food critic & MasterChef judge William Sitwell.

Pasta Evangelists ensure high standards, with fresh handmade pasta, with no additives and using only the good stuff, the best Italian Doppio zero flour, with fresh egg, water and just a pinch of salt.

The amazingness continues with their range of sauces and garnishes using authentic ingredients such as their beautiful blushing Datterini tomatoes from Sicily or the classic pesto di pistacchi, a take on the classic Ligurian sauce using pistachios grown in the Sicilian sun.

The Vegetarian Feasting Box, a fab kit with information cards, did not disappoint, including super scrumptious dishes such as the fabulous Fusilloni with spicy Arrabbiata sauce, parmesan & fresh Basil.  Also, the tasty ‘Tricolore’ Tortelloni with tomato, mozzarella & Basil with sage butter and parmesan.  Finally, the gorgeous giant pesto-filled gnocchi with cherry tomato sauce and parmesan.

Also, no need to even provide you with step by step instructions, as it was super simple and easy to do with excellent results.

Got some pasta inspiration why not opt for one of their stunning Pasta making kits, well why not whip up a Pasta swirl in the kitchen too.

Making gnocchi and ravioli was a real joy, as top quality wonderful wooden tools had been provided.

The kit would make an ideal mothers day gift or perfect for a cosy and cute date night in.

Combing ingredients sourced from Italy along with lovingly handcrafting each piece of pasta at their London location, it’s easy to see why the team have achieved pasta perfection.

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://pastaevangelists.com/

 

 

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A Mothers Magical Movie Night in with COOLSTUFF – Review

A Mother’s Magical Movie Night in with COOLSTUFF – Review: March 2019

COOLSTUFF are all about, ‘Fun, Innovative and Cool Gadgets’ a super Swedish company which has been web active since 1999!  So, make sure that your mum wakes up feeling wonderful this Mother’s Day with a super smashing surprise from COOLSTUFF.

No need to hop on your broomstick for a game of Quidditch to seek out the perfect gift for Mother’s Day as COOLSTUFF delivery direct to your door. Simply fly online, click and seek your mum a real treat, with this super snug and cosy Harry Potter Golden Snitch dressing gown.

A quality machine washable, officially licensed Harry Potter, product with the initials HP embroidered on the chest and the Golden Snitch embroidered on the back.

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Have a Very Merry Manchester at Bill’s – Christmas Menu Review

Have a Very Merry Manchester at Bill’s – Christmas Menu Review: December 2018

It’s CHRISTMAS…Jingle Bills, Jingle Bills, Jingle Bills Rock, Manchester Bills has a Christmas cracker of a treat for their flock.  Bills Fantastic, fabulous and festive 3 course menu, that includes a welcome drink and nibbles, for only £27.95. Available 20th November – 31st of December 2018.

Bills Manchester Christmas 1aChristmas at Bill’s is charming, cosy with candles and thrown in for free was lots of smiles and super service from the lovely Sasha, Alex and Katie.

The super sensational sparkly Christmas menu started with a Welcome Drink and Nibbles.  Choice of: Glass of Prosecco, Estrella Galicia or a Mocktail Toasted Focaccia (or Sourdough Toast if avoiding gluten) with Hummus and Giant Gordal Olives

Our starter choices included the Chicken, Cranberry and Pancetta Terrine with fig & cranberry chutney and toasted sourdough and the brilliant Beetroot & feta salad with candied beets, pea shoots, mixed seeds and sweet balsamic.

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Shark Duoclean Cordless Upright with Powered Lift Away – Review

Shark Duoclean Cordless Upright with Powered Lift Away Review: December 2018

“Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock” Yes it’s that time of the year again, where we hang out our stockings, send out invites to family and friends and prepare to party into the festive season.

Open fire roaring, festive musical melody’s playing, but before all that the house needs to be a cosy and clean home, but as Santa’s elves are all busy, get a festive helping hand from Shark, with their super duper easy to use Duo clean Cordless Upright with Powered Lift Away.

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Make a Splash this Festive Season with Simply Swim – Review

Make a splash this festive season with Simply Swim Review: November 2018

The fabulous festive season is approaching, yes, it’s nearly Christmassssss. So, it’s time to spread some Christmas cheer, and start thinking what gorgeous gifts Santa’s going to deliver for under my Christmas tree.

Make a Splash This Season, with Simply Swim, who stock a wide range of products brands, all just one easy click away.  Stocking at the ready, mince pies freshly baked for Santa, crunchy carrots for Rudolf and my Christmas Wish List in hand singing la, la,la…

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Fudge Kitchen York: Fudge Making Experience – Review

Fudge Kitchen York: Fudge Making Experience – Review: November 2018

Fudge Kitchen, nestled away in the quaint Shambles area of York, produces fabulous flavoursome fudge daily.  The brand began producing artisan fudge in the UK, as Jim Garrahy’s fudge kitchen, back in 1983 and then shortened their name to Fudge Kitchen in 2010.  Jim was the creator of Fudge Kitchens, fudge recipe, that dates back to the 1830’s and incredibly is still hand made on marble slabs.

Allegedly, fudge originates from when a lecturer, over at a female college in Vasser, USA, was taking a class in Toffee making, but as the temperature was not high enough, the end product was called fudge.  Hence, why the term ‘fudge’ is used to denote an error.

We prepared ourselves for a fudge making extravaganza and donned the wonderful wicker traditional straw hats aka a natty boater, with the amazing Apron embossed with the Fudge Kitchen logo and could not wait to enjoy the hour-long Fudge Making Experience.

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