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Mary McCartney - Food | Food trailer
Food is full of uncomplicated, tasty meals to tempt both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Inspired by growing up as a vegetarian and working on her mother Linda's recipes, and using stories and photographs (past and present) to tell her life through food, Mary has created recipes for friends and family that are imaginative and creative.
Fresh, inspirational and irresistible, Mary's first cookbook will enthuse readers to bring more meat-free cooking into their repertoires. From Fruit and Nut Granola to Asparagus Tart, Mexican Bean Tortilla to Coconut Rice Pudding, Mary gives us ideas for every meal, from breakfasts to Sunday roasts, and offers new twists on old classics like pancakes, and Shepherd's Pie.
As a working mother, Mary is perfectly placed to write a contemporary vegetarian cookbook - good food, cooked well and with ease, for all the family. And as a photographer she has a unique vision - her pictures are a glorious accompaniment to her mouth-watering food.
James has given many interviews these past weeks promoting his Album "The Complete Collection" that was released a few months ago,
He played several songs at each show,where e was accompanied by his band,he seemed more relaxed in the Qradio interview and theBBC's sunday sessions.I really like the fact that he played live in all the shows,which is quite rare for artists to do these days.
He needs to loosen up a bit though,and the journalists should stop asking questions about his dad.
Source for the videos :www.jamesmccartneyfanclub.com/en/
"Let's go back to the beginning," Kate Hudson began as she took to the Vogue Festival stage with her long-time friend Stella McCartney.
"Oh gosh, she's going to be good at this, isn't she?" McCartney smiled to the audience, before giggling: "This is so funny!"
The next distraction was the cry of a baby at the back of the auditorium: "What was that," McCartney said, as both of them looked up. "We've got our baby radars on."
"We're both lactating," Hudson laughed.
The duo were soon reminiscing about the first time they met.
"We met at the VH1 Fashion Awards," Hudson said. "I saw her - she was so cool - standing in this doorway with Keith Richards."
"I always carry Keith Richards with me in my handbag so I look cool," McCartney deadpanned.
Memory Lane visited, the twosome talked about their similar present priorities: family.
"My kids are funny," McCartney said. "They are all so different. My eldest, he just likes football. The middle two - a girl and a boy - are quite close in age, and they're both really in to fashion. My daughter says, 'I like this dress mummy, but can't we make it a bit shorter?' - and my son will say, 'I love that colour of blue'. He's the one who I say, 'Will you come and work with me when you're older? Do you promise?'"
Paul latest stop of his On The Run Tour,was Bogota,Colombia,and the fans were treated to a special song in the form of "Hope Of Deliverence",from his 1993 Album"Off The Ground",how cool is that,I love that song ,and I'm happy that Paul is making major changes in his setlists,as if he seems more confortable with his back catalog from the solo years.
those Colombian are so lucky.
- Magical Mystery Tour
- Junior's Farm
- All My Loving
- Venus and Mars/Jet
- Got to Get You into My Life
- Sing the Changes
- The Night Before
- Let Me Roll It
- Paperback Writer
- The Long and Winding Road
- Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
- My Valentine
- Maybe I'm Amazed
- Things We Said Today
- Hope of Deliverance
- And I Love Her
- Here Today
- Dance Tonight
- Mrs. Vandebilt
- Eleanor Rigby
- Band on the Run
- Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
- Back in the USSR
- I've Got a Feeling
- A Day in the Life/Give Peace a Chance
- Let It Be
- Live and Let Die
- Hey Jude
- Encore: Lady Madonna
- Day Tripper
- Get Back
- Encore 2: Yesterday
- Helter Skelter
- Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End