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Paul taste-tests all of Linda’s frozen foods.

Paul McCartney is probably the most famous vegetarian in the world.  I mean, we all know, even if you are not a Beatle fan, you know that he is a veggie.  I have never personally eaten anything from the Linda McCartney line of food products, but I imagine that it’s not too bad.

I picture Paul and his family taste-testing all the latest products together and thinking about their mom, and how much fun they would have together whipping up new dishes.  The thought of it makes me smile and hungry all at the same time.

While we’re on the subject of Paul McCartney and food, here’s an old clip of him making mashed potatoes.  Gotta love it.

Here’s what we’ve read.

Sir Paul McCartney and his family have such a hands-on approach to the Linda McCartney frozen food range, they insist on taste testing every dish themselves.

The vegetarian brand was launched by the former Beatle’s late wife Linda in 1991, and, 10 years after her death (98), her family still takes an avid interest in the brand in a bid to maintain the same high standards Linda expected when she started the venture.

Daughter Mary, 38, says, “It’s really personal to us because it is carrying on mum’s message. We know what she would and wouldn’t have wanted.” The Yesterday singer adds, “Nothing goes through without the McCartney say-so. It has to, because it’s our name on the packet.” Linda McCartney lost her battle with breast cancer in 1998, aged 56.

Source: PR-Inside


One Response

  1. Paul’s a good cook.

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