Weekend links

03 November 2017

I took the day off work today, to catch up on errands, have lunch at one of my favourite restaurants but mainly because my sister and her family are arriving this afternoon! We'll be taking the kids out for an early spaghetti dinner and probably for ice cream too :)

This week has been super fun. We tried a new pizza joint in town, booked a beach house for summer, and grinned at photos of our niece and nephew in their Halloween costumes. I hope your week has been just as good. To share:

The cutest Halloween cake.

Downtime: Deliciousness at Home could be my all-time favourite cookbook title. It's not out in Australia yet but you can listen to this fun interview with author Nadine Levy Redzepi and I found six recipes from the book here. The Danish apple dessert looks great!

Cheering up my work lunches this week - toasted slices of this sundried tomato, feta and spinach loaf, along with fresh tomatoes sprinkled with salt and pepper.

Are you a Rosie Waterland fan? A friend put me onto her podcast Mum Says My Memoir is a Lie - it made the drive home go by in a flash.

6 podcasts by women to try.

Also... what is my podcast habit doing to my brain?

'She wrote that book'.

This tea pot!

Also for mornings - Japanese breakfast bowls.

And this is not an easy read but it was easily the best thing I read (and watched) this week - The Lost Children of Tuam and the amateur historian who found them. "If you don't find something, you don't leave it. You ask why it's not there. You use 'why' a lot."

See you next week x

P.S - A porridge bowl at the markets is fast becoming a Sunday ritual. This one had the best hazelnut crumble on top. The week before, there was custard :)

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