Friday, 8 June 2018

Weekly Love: Week 132

I know I should not complain, but I've found one of the biggest curses of working for yourself is the really, really busy times feel I think even more overwhelming than if you worked a regular nine to five, because you get the push the boundaries of your downtime more. I love that on days when I'm on top of everything and my workload is light and I'm really not feeling it, I don't have to do anything if I don't want to, but then I find myself pining for those times during weeks like these when I'm absolutely run off my feet. Or am I just taking my free days for granted? Anyhow, my being busy means that there are lots of exciting projects in the pipeline - keep an eye out because next week, for example, the blog is being totally taken over by a challenge I've been working on this week - going single-use plastic free! Also, this will be a mind bender for those of you not used to magazine editorial deadlines: I will have cooked four Christmas dinners this year before August 31st!
Weekly Love 08.06.18[1] 1. Spending time in beautiful, sunny Kent. | 2. Buying masses of berries at the market to eat over yogurt every morning. | 3. Ordering literally everything on the menu at The Compasses Inn in Crundale. | 4. Toasting the long weekend with homemade Aperol Spritz' by the pond. | 5. Burgers for dinner at The Mitre in Fulham. | 6. Finding new friends on long, country walks.



Weekly Love 08.06.18[2] 7. Looking back over a fantastic stay at Manoir de Malagorse in South West France. | 8. A simply fantastic feast of small plates at La Goccia, Petersham Nurseries in Covent Garden - full review coming soon! | 9. Putting together some sheet pan chicken fajitas to make for friends over at Refinery 29.




What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend? For more like this, don't forget to sign up to my monthly newsletter (and get my free Quick & Easy Weeknight Recipes eBook) which hits your inboxes on the first Sunday of each month packed full of seasonal eats, mini cookbook and restaurant reviews, and other updates.

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