Weekly Love: the one where we explore Brittany and Normandy
1. Family holidays exploring chateau towns like Josselin in Brittany in the glorious autumn sunshine. | 2. Scallop and creamy leek galettes at my favourite Breton creperie in Combourg. | 3. Canterbury lunches at Pork & Co. | 4. Long power walks in our local Brittany forest. | 5. Daddy’s fantastic Hot King Prawns in Garlic Butter on the patio with 2,49€, fantastic flamingo wine. | 6. Busy suppers sorted with delicious homemade pasta and sauces – ready in 5 minutes from Pasta Evangelists: quote ‘Rachel Phipps’ at the checkout to get 50% off your first order.
- Angie shares some of the important lessons she’s learnt as a travel blogger. Also, she’s checked into the most beautiful photo in the Atlas mountains – that swimming pool!
- Liv has been in St. Emilion, which thanks to her idillic photos I’ve added to my French ‘to travel’ list.
- Though, Emiko’s summer on Giglio Island has me hankering after an Italian adventure, too.
- Julia and Thomas spent the most beautiful anniversary week in Tuscany. (Part 2)
- Kelly has some great instant upgrades you can make for a better, cosier bedroom.
- Mackenzie has some great tips for untangling knots in necklaces.
- Lindsay has been to the island of Burano, and her photos are so colourful!
- Emily has some great tips for finding great restaurants wherever you are (without using the internet!)
- A roundup of all the fun new features hitting your iPhone very soon in iSO 12.
- Carrie is back in San Francisco, and while I love L.A. so much, I need to head North more! (Part 2)
- Also, she’s found a beautiful hotel to stay in in Deal (I used to work in the town, and you just have to try my favourite lunch spot!)
What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend? I’m spending the weekend cooking and baking in Kent. 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 is this weekend!) packed full of seasonal eats, mini cookbook and restaurant reviews, and other updates.