Mr & Mrs ParticularPosted: April 15, 2011
Apologies for quite a long period of silence. I was doing this:
And now I’m Mrs Robson!
I felt like I was floating on a cloud for about 3 weeks and now I’m finally starting to come back down to earth. It was the best day of my life, followed by the best vacation ever in beautiful Grenada in the Caribbean. I have a post lined up featuring all the wonderful food we ate, don’t worry! Hope you don’t get squeamish at the sight of lobster 🙂
In the meantime, I’ve got a few random bits and pieces to share with you, unrelated to wedded bliss.
Better Raw Giveaways
One of my new favorite London bloggers, Tanya at better raw, is hosting a massive giveaway in celebration of her blog’s first birthday. You have ONE DAY to enter (I was away, but better late than never right?). All you need to do is “like” her on Facebook and answer the question “If you could just add 1 hour to your day, what would you do with it?” – simple!
And on another note, Tanya has created an absolutely brilliant ebook featuring loads of raw chocolate recipes. I have already purchased my copy (only £15) and I have to say, I can’t wait to get cracking on some of these – just in time for easter too! I love that you can create tasty sweet treats without compromising on health. Thanks for making your trade secrets available, Tanya!
Bake at Home Pizza
And finally, I have to send a massive shout-out to bake at home pizza, a fabulous new company in London with a really unique and special concept. They have a great selection of pizzas to choose from (or create your own) and even have a gluten-free crust option! They deliver you your pizza unbaked, thereby eliminating any of that lukewarm, soggy mess you can sometimes get with pizza delivery. Not to mention the fact that their customer service and communication is fantastic – I’d been chatting with them on twitter for ages before actually giving their pizza a go (the day we returned from honeymoon)! It was delivered bang on time by a super friendly guy and was so simple to heat up (they give you foolproof instructions right on the paper bag it arrives in).
While the baking time took a lot longer for us than they recommended (our oven is a bit temperamental), the toppings were delicious and the gluten-free crust was surprisingly tasty. Here’s a little photo of my “number eleven” (hold the mozz):
Thanks Josh! And everyone at Bake at Home Pizza 🙂
A delicious pesto pasta recipe coming up as well as lots of Grenadian food photos. YUM. It’s good to be home!