I made a pie that I proud of their taste, so just I thought good time to write about this season!
Toco’s Veggie Haggis and sausage pie
1 Short crust pastry ( Ready to use )
1 vegetarian Haggis ( Ready to use )
1 sausage meat ( Ready to use )
4 boiled eggs
1 egg or milk for graze on the pie
I used all ready to use the material. So there is no stress for the cooking! Put the crusty pasty in the cake tin ( about 22 cm diameter 8 cm depth ) place the sausage meat in the case directly, so when you bake to make sure the crust is baked on the bottom that is the indication of sausage meat is cooked. Saved with roast vegetable and pasta salad, with gravy for the choice. Bake in the meatloaf tin is good, too. I think instead of crusty pastry, puff pastry also a good combination! Instead of chopped olive, I suggest chestnuts for the Christmas time?! I will try this for Burn’s supper… : )
Hello… It has been a quick year. I can’t tell it was a great year..…
I lost my dearest dad it was very very very painful… But same time, I have met many friends and family who are helpful and believing in me… I am so lucky to meet people like them, and I would really love to continue helping and encouraging to be better each others.
2019…It will be another challenging year. I think as a human in general, it is important to be trying to be better yourself.
The past year, I have been making lots of products related designs…but I listen to my dad’s word ” life is all about ” Dan shari ” – Art of decluttering and organzing… It will be my lifetime motivation!
It was a fantastic time announced as an “International Fashion Designer”
Model @Wiktoria Photographer @Nas Din
Models 1@Mhairi Waddell 2@Tumpa Saha 3@Sukhi Singh 4@Megan Kavanagh 1@AnuLiimola 2@Shannon Martin 3@Heather Waddell 4@Yasmin Trendy Photographer @ Paul Francis McGugan
I have been working in Fashion for quite a number of years.
I trained all round for fashion at the Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo,
then got the job as a hat designer in Tokyo,
studied further millinery advance in London, and got the job as a milliner in London…
Still, I wasn’t sure where to go next…but I like the idea I can make both hats and dresses.
When I studied at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo,
I showcasing my collection for the first time there in public.
I was already doing hats and outfits all the time, since then…
I will keep at that, and any occasions, but I really enjoy special occasion like competing for an occasion.
So If you have any special occasion, please let me know, I can help you with the eye-catching design, just for you!!