Just about now you’re probably craving a little something sweet — perhaps a donut, cupcake or macaron? Or maybe PIE! YES!
So here’s a sampler platter of goodies created by London-based artist Nathalie Amber. She was kind enough to allow me to feature several of her luscious watercolors in my blog header this month, and I thought since you were probably drooling over those you’d want to see more. I threw in a few veggies and botanicals to balance our diet. :) In a word, YUM.
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Posted in book reviews (all genres), cookbooks, pie recipes, weekend cooking, tagged apples, baking, bears, children's cookbooks, children's literature, food, illustration, michael bond, paddington bear, pie, recipes on October 21, 2014 |
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The furry helpers in the Alphabet Soup kitchen are just counting down the days till the new Paddington movie premieres in the U.S. on Christmas Day, which just happens to be Paddington’s winter birthday (he also celebrates June 25).
Though we’re disappointed Colin Firth decided to leave the project, and that the bear in the first movie trailer didn’t quite feel like the same character from the books, we’re still very pleased that Paddington will likely win over millions of new fans.
HarperCollins is re-releasing some of the Paddington novels and picture books, Michael Bond has written a new novel, Love From Paddington (hitting shelves in December), and there’s the wonderful Paddington Trail with 50 bear statues scattered around London. And what about all the coolio movie tie-in merchandise? Yes, please!
New PB Finger Puppets are faboo!
The set comes with Paddington and Aunt Lucy finger puppets, a two-sided backdrop and 24 stickers.
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