Weekly Love: Week 160 + Design Your Own Pair Of Wellies

While I may not be out brunching at London’s hottest spots each weekend now I no longer live in the big city, that does not mean that I don’t still brunch at the weekends. Over on the Borough Market blog this month (as well as sharing my recipe for Beetroot and Potato Fritters with Poached Duck Eggs) I’ve run through a few of my tips for quick and easy brunches to make at home. You can find my tips here

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1. Having lunch for the first time at the brand new Little Joe’s Deli in Canterbury – full review to follow next week! | 2. Autumn leaves blowing across Canterbury High Street. | 3. 5 o’Clock refreshment courtesy of Greenwich’s Meantime Brewery. | 4. Toasting to the last Sunday in october with a  | 5. Harvesting sloes for this years batch of Sloe Gin – I can’t wait for it to be ready in January !| 6. Gorging on a veritable mountain of chicken at Elsie Mo’s Diner in Canterbury.

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7. Lemon Polenta Cake from Pop Up Cafe in Deal. | 8. I will admit to being a little bit obsessed with innocent’s new Orange & Carrot juice since I found it in Waitrose the other day. Perfect for Autumn weekend mornings. | 9. Meet Esmerelda the pumpkin. I’ll succeed in carving a truly scary one one year, I promise!

Joules Wellie Design Competition

Finally, I just wanted to draw your attention to a really great competition one of my favourite British clothing and home brands Joules is running. If you head over the the Joules website, you will find the chance to design your own pair of wellies, with the winning design getting made and sold on the Joules website (they’re also throwing in a luxury forest holiday for the winner, and £250 to spend at Joules for the 10 runners up, for good measure!) with the proceeds going to Charitably Joules. Each person can enter up to 5 designs, and the competition closes on 4th December. You can find the full terms and conditions here. Good luck! 

What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend? It is Halloween tomorrow (one of my favourite days of the year) so have a good one. I’ll be making pizza, meatballs, cheesecake and cocktails for an upcoming freelance job. Doesn’t that sound like the perfect weekend?

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