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A Goodbye and a Guest Post

The week is drawing to a close and tomorrow morning, I’m off! I’ll be flying home to Canada, attending the wedding of an old friend, then spending 48 blissful hours in New York City. There’ll be no more posting for at least a week, until I get back to London and back into my regular routine.

But I’m not so cruel as to leave you with nothing while I’m gone. Several weeks ago, I was asked to contribute a Guest Curator post to Etsy‘s blog, The Storque. Given how much I adore Etsy, as well as the awesome calibre of food bloggers who’ve contributed posts before me (Sprouted Kitchen, anyone? Tartelette?) I was thrilled to be asked.

You can check out my Etsy guest curator post here, complete with my favourite finds for the kitchen, and yes- a recipe. Those savoury broccoli cakes make great party food, and are the perfect thing to serve with a cup of warming, Autumnal soup. So why not indulge in something delicious this week, and I’ll see you back here soon.

Guest Post at The Beat That My Heart Skipped: Vegetable Pot Pie with Dumplings

Vegetable Pot Pie with Dumplings

Psst, you- in need of a recipe to chase away the January blues? Well, you haven’t exactly come to the right place, but I can direct you there. I’ve a second guest post up at The Beat That My Heart Skipped, the fab new UK design and lifestyle blog. This time it’s a seasonal Veggie Pot Pie with Dumplings on the menu- perfect for warming you up during these dreary days. I’d love for you to check it out and leave me a comment over there!

Guest Post: The Beat That My Heart Skipped

Guest Post: Slow-Baked Beans with Maple Syrup

Just dropping in to let you all know about my guest post at The Beat That My Heart Skipped, a new UK design blog by stylist Rohini Wahi. Covering interiors, product design, travel, book reviews and food, this site is a great of source of daily inspiration. I was contacted by Food Editor Louise to contribute to the weekly food feature.

The recipe I’ve shared, Slow-Baked Beans with Maple Syrup, is perfect for Autumn: sweet, spicy and soul-warming. I’d love for you to head over and check it out- I hope you like it!