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My Sweet Vegan Do words such as creamy, luscious, and decadent sound like impossibilities without the use of eggs and dairy? Would you love to find delicious desserts that are worthy of serving to all guests? Well look no further, as this collection of recipes will satisfy any sweet tooth, and leave people asking, “Are you sure this is vegan?”
Home | Find a Film Society | Programmes | Links | Regions | Distributors | Full Menu | BFFS (official) You cannot just rent a disc from your local DVD shop to show at a film society or to any audience outside your home. Whether you show on 35mm, 16mm or DVD you must obtain a licence from one of the distributors. These are mainly agencies representing the production companies like Sony, Warners, Disney and so on. Some distributors, such as FilmBank offer a variety of licences to suit different needs - including regular shows in care homes, schools etc, hotels, coaches and the like. Film societies traditionally work on a "non-theatric" licence which limits the audience to members and their guests and restricts advertising.
"Adagio", in Italian, refers to a slow tempo. So, it may seem a strange name for what is essentially a fast food, pizza place, but there's a logic to the madness. Adagio Pizza al Taglio hails its pizzas as "slow fast food". It's all about the dough, you see. The dough is nurtured lovingly by chef Shelley Squire, for a minimum of 72 long, laborious hours before baking. The Mariah Carey of the dough world, this special blend of flours hailing from Vicalvi, south east of Rome, requires all the pandering and indulgence of the temperamental diva herself.
A proper pizza is all about its base. Forget the telephone takeaways with their emphasis on ‘fill you up’ bottoms, which have more in common with old mattresses than they do with a real pizza. And as for gimmicks like stuffing the crust, what on earth is all that about? And a pizza should be light on toppings, it’s supposed to be a snack not a meal, and the base should be as much a star of the show as anything else. Adagio in Greek Street know this and have gone to great lengths to make their bases top hole. Shelley the Chef/Manager looks a bit like a roadie for an American rock band but has the love of dough that marks out the artisan from the amateur.
Opened back in February of this year, Adagio Pizza al Taglio brings the Roman concept of pizza “by the cut” to Soho. Priced by the weight, Adagio features a dizzyingly delicious line up of more than forty seasonally changing pizzas prepared fresh in traditional Roman style (thicker base than typical – and often wonderfully soupy – Neapolitan pizzas). Customers can order whatever size slice(s) they’d like with the usual request costing around £3.50 for a perfectly filling “on the hoof” meal or snack. From the end-consumer perspective, the pizzeria’s protocol seems simple and straightforward: they take your order then slice, heat and serve it expediently.
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It is no health secret that fiber is big-time healthy for us. Its biggest role is in laying the groundwork for a well-oiled gastrointestinal system. It prevents a variety of diseases, very serious ones included. A new study says that fiber can help your gut create an environment filled with beneficial bacteria.
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