Weekly Love: Week 214

This week I thought I’d share some of my favourite Netflix/ Prime shows at the moment, in case you’re at a loss for what to watch this weekend! If you’re into dystopia watch What Happened To Monday (made for Netflix films can be a bit hit and miss, so recommendations are needed!) However, what is not hit and miss is Netflix drama, so it is no secret that I’m on a total The Crown binge right now – how did I not know this all about the royal family? I’ve never seen the original, but if you loved Gossip Girl (same creators), Dynasty will be right up your street. For Fire Stick users like us who have Prime if you’re after something procedural (and you loved Californication, also the same creator) watch Lucifer from the beginning, and thank me later!

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1. Walking through streets of beautiful painted doorways in Notting Hill. | 2. Leftover buttermilk biscuits, bacon and scrambled eggs for weekend brunch. | 3. Beautiful blooms on a rainy day in Covent Garden. | 4. Kick starting my mornings with spiced banana smoothies from Press at Fulham Whole Foods. | 5. More beautiful streets in Notting Hill. | 6. Danish lunching at Snaps + Rye in Westbourne Grove.

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7. Dumpling Shack’s famous soup dumplings from The Kitchen at Old Spitalfields Market – blog post coming soon! | 8. Honoured for Student Eats to be included in The Happy Foodie’s roundup of the best budget cookbooks for January alongside A Girl Called Jack, Eat Well For Less, The Savvy Shoppers Cookbook, Jamie Oliver’s 5 Ingredients and The Cornershop Cookbook. | 9. | 10. | 11. | 12.

What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend? I literally have no plans yet, so does anyone have any recommendations for what to get up to in West London this 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 (yes, that means this weekend!) packed full of seasonal eats, mini cookbook reviews, and other updates.