Weekly Love: the one that took place under clear blue skies
1. Still so thankful I get to isolate somewhere so beautiful in the springtime, especially as it was a total accident I got stuck here in the first place! | 2. Another preview from my upcoming cookbook One Pan Pescatarian: my Tomato, Almond and Thyme Tart. Have you pre-ordered your copy yet? (ad) | 3. Stunning views on my rural walk to the postbox. | 4. Another One Pan Pescatarian preview: my Spinach & Oatmeal Pancakes, perfect for serving with smoked salmon and avocado! | 5. Mini coffee and walnut cakes made for my Mum’s birthday. Recipe notes here. | 6. New from me over at BBC Food: my Roasted Summer Vegetable & Feta Quiche.
- The Kitchn has some really great, unexpected uses for cornflour.
- As we’ll probably be staying at home barbecuing more this summer, they have a brilliant guide to everything you need to know about barbecue equipment.
- David shares his top tips for setting up a basic home bar.
- So apparently ice cream bread, made from melted ice cream and self raising flour is rather tasty. I’m sceptical.
- I’ve not listened to true crime podcasts for ages (I get so much out of my Audible subscription instead) but Carrie has put together a brilliant list of her favourites with some new and notables on there.
- Did you know that you can make Asian / Korean-style rice cakes from scratch??
- Also, this is how to make pastrami at home without a smoker.
What have you been finding small pockets of joy in this week, and what have you got planned this weekend? My weekend is going to be all about sorting out boxes, so I’ve got a few audiobooks lined up ready to go. While I’ve not had a chance yet to review it on Lilac & Ink, The Five (ad), about the lives of Jack The Ripper’s victims was brilliant, and now I’m finally listening to Joanna Harris’ Chocolat (ad) which I picked up in the last Audible sale!
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