Weekly Love: Week 161

Cooking for the season is just as much about using Autumnal colours as Autumnal flavours. This month in my Borough Market column I’ve charted my adventures in making no-knead pizza dough (if you’ve made no-knead bread before, no it is not as easy as it sounds) in order to make this No-Knead Wild Mushroom, Caramelised Onion and Ricotta (my new pizza and toast topping obsession) Pizza. It is made in a sharing size, and is perfect topped off with an indulgent drizzle of truffle oil. Yes, I’m the person who has turned up at someones home as a guest with a little bottle of white truffle oil as a gift for my host, rather than a bottle of wine.
Weekly Love 20.11.15[1]

1. A steaming mug of Spiced Apple Tea in this adorable mug the team at Joules popped over to me, featuring Peggy the Hen. | 2. A sort of Full English breakfast featuring homemade hash browns, and whatever I happened to have in the fridge. | 3. Autumn leaves falling thick and fast on the trees. | 4. Shooting something of an Asian persuasion for the blog next week. | 5. Crisp and crunchy Kentish apples outside the greengrocers on Deal High Street. | 6. Editing photos with a pineapple and sage mojito in hand at No. 11 Pimlico Road.

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7. Super beautiful and festive Christmas lights on Carnaby Street. | 8. Remembering the fallen at King’s Cross Station. | 9. Post-Spectre beer and burgers at Byron in Canterbury. Now officially in love with their sweet potato fries. | 10.  Lusting after all of the French cheese at No Name Shop in Sandwich. | 11. Prepping wild mushrooms for my Borough Market pizzas. | 12. Roast bone marrow, farmhouse toast and gremolata. The perfect Autumn lunchtime staple.

What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend?