Weekly Love: the one where we launched One Pan Pescatarian in the USA!
1. Enjoying an absolutely fantastic fish taco from Dungeness Snack Shack on Dungeness beach. | 2. Launching One Pan Pescatarian in the USA! American readers? You can order it from Amazon, Target (!), Barnes & Noble, or your favourite local indie bookstore. | 3. Some more One Pan recipes from my Instagram this week: if you fancy trying your hand at some Korean food, you can find my vegan recipe for Tteokbokki, aka Spicy Korean Rice Cakes on pg 146. | 4. Or, if you’re after something a little more weeknight friendly, why not try my Spaghetti with Muhammara Sauce on pg 107? | 5. Still on work from home lunches? You can find my Mexican Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Honey Chipotle Dressing on pg 28. | 6. I’ve reviewed Laura Purcell’s wonderfully spooky read Bone China over on Lilac & Ink, perfect if you’re looking for something for a Halloween night in next weekend.
- This is how to turn a pumpkin into a wine dispenser.
- In other wine news, this great article helps you figure out how long a bottle of wine will last once it has been opened.
- My friend Kelly has written a brilliant post about getting started as a blogger, which includes some excellent life advice for anyone who creates content online either for work or for fun.
- Emiko has posted a lovely story about the history of Tuscan spice, and a lovely alternative to the autumn internet’s favourite recipe, pumpkin spice bread.
- Joy has put together a great guide on how to test your oven for baking.
- This is how you can press and preserve autumn leaves.
- London? So apparently my fantastic local farmers market food hall The Goods Shed here in Canterbury has a West London pop up you must check out.
- Whole Foods have put together their 2021 food trend predictions, and by the looks of it they’re going to be pretty bang on.
- An essential kitchen lesson for this time of year from The Kitchn: how to make brown butter and sage sauce for pasta, gnocchi and risottos.
What have you been finding small pockets of joy in this week, and what have you got planned this weekend? As is common these days, I’m just having a quiet one at home but it will be nice if the rain and thunderstorms move along so I can spend some time in the garden!
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