This lovely little barn owl is superbly accented with watercolor style fill. Barn owls are the most widespread species of owl in the world and are easily recognizable by their heart-shaped snowy white face.
It's officially winter. I've woken up to find snow on my car. That means stew season is most definitely here..and what better than a hearty beef and ale stew to kick the season off with?! Just in time for the weekend. Head over to whatstacydid.com for my recipe of beef shin cooked in @hobgoblin_beer ...it's beery beery good!! #beefstew #stew #hobgoblin #winterfood #beef #wsdcooks #wsdrecipes
Day 136:Diary entry: Up fairly early so as not to miss breakfast at the Hampton. The girls had some serious shopping planned for our last full day in London – my plans were more vague but involved finding a good pub or three. We headed to Oxford Circus and the mayhem of Regent Street and they did their thing. At lunchtime we found an excellent pub really close to Regent Street that was nevertheless quiet, authentic and had superb food. Later, before we finished our day with an evening spin…
Hobgoblin Gold A hidden treasure has been unearthed in the Wychwood Brewery…and it’s as pure and precious as it’s forefather. Hobgoblin Gold is the latest beer carrying the little fella’s moniker, and while Gold might be lighter in colour, it’s definitely no lightweight. The combination of four hop varieties and an infusion of wheat and malted barley has resulted in the perfect golden beer – with a huge hop punch. Guilt edged golden refreshment. Well what did you expect? - 4.5% abv