Weekly Love: the one where there is a rare February heatwave
1. Making the most of the unbelievable weather doing some client design work in the pub garden. | 2. Beautiful, colourful tulips outside Parson’s Green Tube Station. | 3. Beautiful blue skies over St. Paul’s Cathedral. | 4. More pub garden action, this time discovering how awesome a Seville Orange gin and tonic is for the in-between season! | 5. And still in that garden, this time bottomless brunching on a Saturday morning. | 6. Friday lunching on Rhubarb & Cod’s Thai Beef Salad.
- The Into The Gloss team have definitively ranked every single Diptyque candle.
- Joy has put together a spring guide to all her favourite local spots in New Orleans.
- Gem shows us how to grow (edible) nasturtiums for our salads.
- The fascinating history of Pimm’s No.1 (and No.2 through to No.5)
- Laura has put together a stunning guide to the Luberon region of Provence, where I’m hoping to head for a big trip sometime in 2020, so obviously I’ve got this bookmarked!
- Thanh schools us with a great step by step on how to make bechamel sauce.
- Stephanie shows us how to make a traditional Japanese breakfast set at home.
- Mani has some great tips for travelling as a group of friends.
- Yaya and Lloyd have spent the weekend in York, and I have bookmarked all their tips. (Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)
- Rachel, on the best basic light set up for doing food photography.
- All of the places in Britain Diana Henry loves to eat.
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