salad sangria at Pizza Hut Bistro
Just random food features of old favorites and a fairly new tea place that caught my fancy.
Pizza Hut Bistro
mozzarella sticks, carbonara, pan pizza
Pizza Hut Bistro is oftentimes overlooked. Their thick crust pizzas is something that I always fall upon greedily. Way better than the uber-popular thin crust pizza of another competitor, IMHO (Sorry, Shakey's fans). This bias stemmed from my long standing preference for thick crusted over thin crusted pizza. I'm also ... read more »
As they say, for glory and grandeur, the Champs-Elysées in Paris is the most famous avenue in the world.
When before, this was the meeting place for politicians and intellectuals, theChamps-Elysées has now given way to a generally commercial atmosphere, with huge name brands lining up the avenue, including Mc Donalds, car companies and even the famous Lido cabaret show.
It is also lined with the Parisian cafés, which is possibly one of the most famous image of the City of Lights.
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The current trends show a high demand for vintage and industrial chairs - Bistro Chairs, Bentwood Chairs, School Chairs, Chapel Chairs, Marais Chairs, Louis Chairsand more.
Mixing and matching chairs around the dining table gives a fabulous individual look.
I am currently sourcing chairs for clientsand have found a set of six Vintage/Shabby Chic Industrial SchoolStackingChairs which are on the website
Pleas e mail if you are looking for items and can't find - I will endeavour to source
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Remix in Lübeck
Nach einer langen Shoppingtour (Shoppen in Lübeck kann ich übrigens durchaus empfehlen) und völlig ausgehungert war dieses Szene-Bistro das erste, was uns ins Auge fiel und dieses haben wir auch gleich angesteuert, was wirklich eine sehr gute Entscheidung war. Ein tolles und gemütliches Ambiente, in dem wir uns sofort wohl gefühlt haben. Wir haben kaum gesessen und hatten schon die Karten auf dem Tisch :o) Der Service war freundlich, aufmerksam und nicht aufdringlich, aber trotzdem imme... read more »
by Guest Blogger Rob Wildman Ph.D. on January 28, 2011 Over the last few decades of research — and my simple observation of glowing mommies-to-be and their bouncing babies – I’ve come to see that nutrition is absolutely critical to a healthy pregnancy and infant. As a nutritionist to many mommies-to-be and a proud father [...] read more »
After experimenting with many different recipes and temperatures with my oven, I've finally mastered the mysterious macaron using Baroque Bistro's recipe from Not Quite Nigella and tips from Honey and Soy Food Adventures.
When these macaron developed "perfect feet' within the first five minutes of cooking you couldn't wipe the grin off my face and similar to others I too did a lot of dancing in my kitchen.
Comparing my macaron against the master himself "Pierre Herme Macaron in the photo above" and "e... read more »
Do you have one of these Le Bistro feeders? I do, actually I have two, one for food and one for water. I love them. Because Puff is a toy dog and toys are so prone to blood sugar fluctuations I like to have food available to munch on if his blood sugar gets low. And I like to have a large supply of fresh water available at all times too. Because I work sometimes very long hours it is important to me that Puffs' food and water needs are met while I am gone. And besides, what if something happened and no o... read more »