Shepherd’s pie delivered to your doorstep

Shepherd’s pie is a classic comfort food for many. Savoury beef mince paired with a crispy cheesy crust and smooth potato mash – what’s not to love?

I bake my own and sometimes order it at restaurants. But what to do when the craving strikes and you don’t have the ingredients or you’re just too lazy to go out to get some? Shepherd’s pie lovers rejoice, for now you can have it delivered to your doorstep!

Shepherd’s Pie Singapore offers a range of different flavours and you can choose between chicken or beef for the filling. I had the curry beef shepherd’s pie which I find unique and tasty. In my years of eating shepherd’s pie, I’ve never thought to have a curry version. Surprisingly, it was really delightful. Even my kids ate and enjoyed it (with quite a couple of cups of water).

The potato was smooth, the cheese was fragrant and the curry beef filling was a wonderful pairing. We had ordered the Medium sized pie (9 inches x 5 inches) as we weren’t sure if we could finish the Massive one (9 inches x 9 inches).

On top of ordering the Medium-sized pie, I also requested for six Mini sized pies (cupcake size) to come unbaked so that I could keep them in the freezer for a weekday lunch with the kids.

I simply have to defrost it the night before and bake them in the oven for 18-20 minutes after I get back from work with the kids. While the oven is doing its job, we’d just get our baths, freshen up and come out to the delightful fragrance of shepherd’s pie in the house!

Delivery is $7, but there’s free delivery if your order is above $70. You can order these for your meal or if you’re having a party. I find that the price is quite reasonable for the portion size, especially now there’s a sale!

Disclosure: I received a medium pie and six mini pies for the tasting. No monetary compensation was received.

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Beautiful Blooms for all occasions with Farm Florist

It’s an open secret that I’m in love with flowers and plants. After I #konmaried my home a few years ago, I discovered that flowers and plants spark joy for me in ways that I had never known.

Apart from sending over some classy, versatile storage boxes (you can read more about the ADOR Drop front shoe box in my previous post), Masons also arranged some beautiful blooms for me from Farm Florist.

This is honestly a new arrangement that I haven’t seen before – I’ve seen flowers in baskets, vases, bouquets, boxes but not in a tote!

Farm Florist offers a wide range of flowers at an affordable price.

This is made possible by a few factors –

(1) having a 3000sq ft cold room to house their flowers vs. air-conditioned room,

(2) providing the freshly cut flowers with flower food vs. placing them in pails of water,

(3) being a wholesaler which partners farms from Malaysia, China, Kenya and Holland and

(4) having efficient streamlined operations.

Besides being able to send a bouquet for as low as $25 with free shipping with Farm Florist, you can do so with a peace of mind knowing that they only partner with farms that are sustainable with anti-slavery policies. There’s also flower delivery in an hour if you really need it urgently!

For now, I shall leave you to explore the rest of Farm Florist on your own. You’ll find something that suits you or your loved one and when in doubt, you can always chat online with the staff on the website.

Disclosure: This is post 3/3 of my collaboration with Masons Home Decor. All opinions are mine. No monetary compensation was received.

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