Such is the case with COOK's Beef En Croute.
|As you can see, it's £7.50 and apparently 1 portion. However, I shared it with Laura and there was plenty - in fact, she gave me the last couple of bites of hers.|
|Here's what it looks like before you put it in the oven.|
|Comes, or rather came with a pot of wild mushroom sauce which was microwaveable.|
|On the side I did two portions of the very nice Chantenay Carrots and Petits Pois.|
|Didn't arrange it particularly artistically, I know - nouvelle cuisine has ruined food, in my opinion.|
|Lots of really tender beef inside the puff pastry, wrapped with a layer of a mushroom duxelle.|
I was a bit disoriented the other day as I walked through the Tesco car park when the familiar skyline of the Emerald City of Seattle hove into view. I rubbed my eyes in disbelief, but it turned out it was only an ad for a new line of ready-to-go chilled coffee beverages from Starbucks, a company more bent on global domination than Microsoft and the Edmonds Brothers (little Tenterden in-joke) combined.
|Yes, apparently it's a Seattle Latte, as opposed to any other kind of latte, I guess.|