01.10

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Have you been following along with Jamie Oliver’s new Comfort Food series over the past couple of weeks? Both Jason and I have loved it so far- it’s easily my favourite series of Jamie’s for a very long time, perhaps since all those beautiful Christmas specials he did a few years ago!

Earlier this week I caved and treated myself to the recipe book that goes along with the series, and have been so impressed by it that I thought I’d share a snippet or two of the book here. In the introduction, Jamie describes the book as being the antithesis of his 15 and 30 minute meals. It’s designed to encourage slow, indulgent cooking; cooking for the love of cooking, not just eating. Though the eating to be had from Comfort Food looks pretty great too! The recipes are more involved than in many of his other books, and it’s kind of refreshing to go through a recipe book that isn’t full of shortcuts and time-saving tips.

Both the artworking and photography in the book are divine- David Loftus is one of my favourite food photographers, and his work in Comfort Food is incredible. Jamie’s recipes look pretty amazing too! Jason and I made the Insanity Burgers a couple of weeks ago (right after seeing the recipe on the show!) and it didn’t disappoint. Next on my ‘to make’ list are ricotta ‘gnudi’ with sage butter sauce, gyoza with crispy wings, the hot smoked salmon club sandwich, and the cheddar-filled baked meatballs with onion and ale gravy.

When a recipe book really captures me, I’ll sit down and read it like a novel instead of just dipping into it now and now and again when searching for culinary inspiration, and Comfort Food looks set to be one of those special sorts of cookbooks.

Serve alongside your favourite comfort food, and devour cover to cover

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23 thoughts on “Jamie’s Comfort Food.

  1. Saskia

    Although I’ve used Jamie’s 30 minute meal book for a while now, I’m really looking forward to Comfort Food – feel like I need more challenges in the kitchen!

    Saskia / girlinbrogues.com

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  2. Ala Skrakowski

    I love Jamie’s recipe books, they’re always spot on!

    And now I’ve just read the word ‘vongole’ I think I know exactly what I’m going to try for dinner on Saturday! Yum! x

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  3. arielle

    rosie, I’m always in awe of what a great writer you are! and you are usually right on point where recipes and food is concerned so of course I’m gonna take look on this cookery book! thanks so much for writing this little blog. it is such a joy to read along!

    love, arielle
    a simple elegance

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  4. Giada

    This sounds so interesting and being that I’m a food photographs lover and that those pictures look gorgeous, I may have to get it…

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  5. Hazel Jane

    This looks amazing, I might have to buy – I’m a bit of a recipe book obsessive! Love the big photos, and I like that you’ve been reading it like a novel, that only makes me want to get it more – I love reading through cookery books!

    Great review! :)

    Hazel Jane xx
    hazeljane.co.uk

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  6. Deenie

    This would be the perfect gift for my mum because she makes sure that the majority of meals she makes will be a lovely hour or so to set aside enjoying cooking, rather than sticking something easy in the oven. I’d also just love to have it on our kitchen shelf because what’s not to love about a beautiful cookbook?

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  7. Shu - shulikesclothes.com

    Ahh, Jamie Oliver was quite literally, the soundtrack in the living room all summer. I recorded a whole bunch of his shows to watch when I was ill (big mistake, was hungry ALL the time)! May have to pick up the book too ;) x

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  8. Tori

    This cook book sounds amazing, I love Jamie Oliver recipes so I will have to pick one of these books up!

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  9. Angela @Little Apple Tree

    I bought the book and then felt uninspired by most of the recipes. I will probably do the burger sometime soon, as the sauce he made reminded me of the one at Patty and Bun. (I was slightly annoyed that the book was shrink-wrapped in the shop so I couldn’t have a little flick through. I might not have bought it otherwise.)

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  10. April

    I’ve always loved Jamies recipes and shows. Although I haven’t bought this book yet, I always find myself drooling over the recipes in the show and wondering why I haven’t got the chance to treat myself to the book yet. I always love the photography in them too!
    Enjoy the rest of the week!
    xo April Everyday

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  11. bobbi

    I bought this for Ryan the day it came out! I’m SO looking forward to working our way through the meals (and cakes!) in it!

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  12. laura

    I love Jamie’s books because of the photography. I hate cookbooks where you can’t see the mouthwatering results (although not so much when i finish cooking them!)

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  13. Hannah

    I had no idea he was doing a series to go along with the book?! I have been debating whether or not to get the book, but I feel you have thoroughly convinced me. Any burger recipe with the word insanity in it has to be good, right?! Love how you have photographed the book :) xxx

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30.09

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This outfit features pretty much all of the pieces I’ve been wearing most frequently over the past few weeks. An autumn uniform, if you will. Stripes make an appearance in my outfits a good 50% of the time, and these black skinnies from Hobbs are still the best skinnies I’ve ever owned, hands down. But that Olivia Burton beauty? Well, that’s new in my wardrobe. I’ve been wearing the same two watches on rotation for a good few years now- a delicate silver D&G watch I was given by my Godparents for my 21st birthday, and a rather battered old one that once belonged to my Grandad. But then the lovely team behind The Watch Hut got in touch a few weeks ago to see if I might like to try a new watch on for size, and that’s the story of how that gold, white and tan beauty wound up strapped to my wrist! I’m very grateful for it, not least because the face has actual numbers on it which makes it oh so easy to tell time from! I’ve been wearing it pretty much non-stop ever since it arrived (it goes with *everything*!) and now would most definitely consider myself an Olivia Burton disciple.

And now, let’s talk tartan. I’m going to say it now- this is the best scarf I’ve ever owned. It’s giant (basically a picnic blanket masquerading as a scarf), 100 times softer than I expected it to be when I spotted it online, and…it was twenty pounds. TWENTY! It’s so amazing that I just know I’ll be one of approximately fifty billion women and girls wearing it this autumn and winter, but you know what? It’s worth it. There’s nothing better than being able to bury down into a huge, plush scarf on chilly days, and I think this one is going to get a whole lot of airtime this autumn and winter.

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L I N K S ::
Scarf :: Zara
Breton top :: Boden
Skinny jeans :: c/o Hobbs
Flats :: c/o Hobbs
Watch :: Olivia Burton c/o The Watch Hut.

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23 thoughts on “W O R N :: tartan, stripes, + leopard print.

  1. Mimmi

    Your style is seriously lovely! That scarf looks like the best thing ever and makes me want to start properly using mine. Oh and Olivia Burton’s watches are stunning.

    xx Mimmi, Muted Mornings

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  2. Samantha

    Love this outfit – I’m a sucker for clashing and wearing ALL OF THE PRINTS at the same time, a fabulous look! X

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  3. Polly

    You look lovely! I got that scarf for Christmas last year ha (in a different colourway). I love how soft it is!

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  4. Amy

    That scarf looks SO snuggly! I’m afraid I might just be joining the millions of others commando crawling into Zara to find one of my own…

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  5. Alice

    Literally ordered that exact scarf just before I clicked on this post. I’ve been looking for a tartan scarf for so long and can’t believe how cheap this one is! Glad you’ve given it a good review :)
    (Also, love the watch)
    Alice
    xxx

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  6. Cat

    I’m always so jealous of people who can match bold patterns like you have here! I’d be afraid to combine that striped shirt with the plaid scarf and leopard shoes, but it works so well together!

    Cat
    http://oddlylovely.com

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  7. Jill

    I am going to Zara on my lunch break for that scarf. For real. I really hope they have it in stock in store!!! Love the watch, too. I need a nice classic look like that. So cute for fall especially.

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29.09

Breakfast-at-The-Tablespoon

A solo shopping trip in Guildford on Saturday afternoon. As much as I love shopping with other people, every now and again there’s nothing nicer than being able to shop entirely at your own pace, and with nobody to dissuade you from buying four candles in one go ;) Also, Jason owning parking spaces in central Guildford will never not be amazing. I’m grateful for it every time we use them at the weekends, and don’t have to feed a meter with a billion pound coins!

Late night cinema trips. (We saw Before I Go to Sleep, and in spite of what some rather scathing critics might say, thought it was amazing!)

Salted popcorn + lemonade + peanut M+Ms. (Though the popcorn wasn’t as tasty as I’d imagined it would be. Isn’t that always the way with cinema popcorn?)

An impromptu catch up with friends on Saturday afternoon, and an even more impromptu garden centre shopping trip!

Making time for an at-home Body Balance workout on Sunday morning. Felt torturous beforehand (and during, too), but so amazing afterwards.

Brioche french toast with more crispy bacon and maple syrup than you could shake a stick at. (Seriously, it was incredible. Just the right amount of cinnamon on the toast, so much syrup I didn’t even need to ask for more, and plentiful bacon. Jason’s eggs benedict was pretty great too!)

Reading newspapers + magazines over coffee and eggs on Sunday morning.

Getting the house looking pretty much spotless by the end of the weekend. Jason took charge of bathroom cleaning + vacuuming, I did the dusting, tidying and laundry, and all in all, we made the house look pretty sparkly! It feels so nice to be starting out the week with a house that’s not nagging to be cleaned.

Reading magazines in bed, with a hot water bottle against my back.

Getting the ratio of time spent out and about, and time spent at home exactly right. For me, a great weekend is all about finding that perfect balance.

How did you spend your weekend? I hope it was a lovely one!

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Posted in A SNAPSHOT, BRUNCH, WEEKEND

19 thoughts on “Here’s what made this weekend such a great one…

  1. Ala Skrakowski

    Sounds like you and me had pretty similar weekends, minus the crispy bacon on french toast – sounds amazing.

    Recently, I’ve felt quite happy spending time on my own, and find it quite relaxing to go into town on my own, and just wander about idly. That’s what I did on Saturday and made a pretty amazing purchase too, with no one to talk me out of it :) x

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  2. Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

    Reading this makes me miss home! I’m loving my past month here during my freshman year of college, but I miss the smell of breakfast wafting from the kitchen, eating breakfast in bed, and well, my bed!! (and also being able to use the shower without having to wear shower slippers) -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

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  3. Amanda @ Rhyme & Ribbons

    That crispy bacon french toast sounds fabulous! I tend to prefer shopping alone. I sometimes start to feel a bit guilty when I’m shopping with others and I feel like they are waiting for me, or would rather be in other stores. It’s too much for my inner people pleasing self to handle! x

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  4. Shu

    Ooh, I’ve heard mixed things about Before I Go to Sleep but want to see how it compares to the books! Brioche french toast… possibly the best 3 words to hear (and cry at) on a Monday morning?! x

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  5. Samantha

    I love that feeling after a good workout! It really can suck beforehand but once you’re done? Oh my gosh endorphines! haha and finding that magic ratio between time out and time at home is the best :) I have yet to do that successfully!
    ~ Samantha
    samsamcherie.blogspot.com

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  6. Tori

    There is nothing better than reading mags in bed, but with a hot water bottle behind – this sounds amazing. Bring on the chillier days! x

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  7. arielle

    this really does sound like an idyllic weekend! ours wasn’t quite as wonderful sounding. but laying by the pool and making homemade sushi isn’t so bad, I suppose. hope you have a great week!

    love, arielle
    a simple elegance

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  8. Lucy Freeland

    That Eggs Benedict looks amazing! Thank you for your posts, Rosie! This lovely, homely, cosy blog cheers me up pretty much daily and your knack for taking a good snap is really amazing! Hope you are having a happy Monday :) L xxx

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  9. kezia

    Sounds perfect – I love it when you end the weekend with the house tidy – don’t always manage it though! I spent a lot of the weekend having coffee dates with some wonderful friends so although my house is messy my heart is full:)

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  10. Mimmi

    Sounds like such the perfect weekend! Mine was a quiet but relaxing one. I would’ve liked to spend more time out, but oh well. I did spend the whole Sunday afternoon out though, on a “tea crawl,” which was lovely. I got to discover a few really lovely tearooms in Glasgow.

    xx Mimmi, Muted Mornings

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  11. Charlotte

    Wow. Sounds like you had a great weekend! And I do love shopping alone, it gives you more time to browse and think about things without other people nagging you that it’s time to move on… :)

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  12. Cat

    I saw that brioche french toast on Instagram and thought it looked AMAZING. I didn’t realize that Jason got eggs benedict too, which means you guys ordered my two favorite breakfast foods, haha. They look so mouth watering!

    Cat
    http://oddlylovely.com

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  13. Roseann

    Now this really does sound like a lovely weekend! Proper shopping should always be done alone. I always have to take salt sachets to the cinema with me because they seem to scrimp on the flavour! We also had french toast this weekend for the first time ever and I loved it! And one of the things on my bucket list is to spend a weekend morning just reading magazines in a local coffee shop, but it hasn’t happened yet because a spare morning at the weekend is very hard to come by!xxx

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  14. Johanna

    I really liked ‘Before I go to sleep’ as well, I did however spend approximately 76.5% of it behind my scarf because I was so scared haha. Also: cinema popcorn in England – such an anticlimax (not that it stops me eating it by the kilo), in Germany it’s a completely different story. It’s crispier and more toffee-ey (at least where we go), so last time we went home, Daniel and I got some to take-away. The best bit about this was that they weren’t even confused about it being to take away, but instead wrapped it up good and proper. Glad you had such a good weekend :)

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  15. Jessica Edmunds

    Sounds perfect! I haven’t been to the cinema in so long and wasn’t sure what to see next- I always imagine popcorn being better than it is, but then I like savoury not sweet ;) xxx

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  16. Tamsin | A Certain Adventure

    The thing about cinema popcorn is that it always smells so amazing, so is inevitably a letdown! Just like waffles sold by street vendors…I swear, they pump out the smell of melted sugar or something. Glad to hear that Before I Go To Sleep was a good ‘un – it’s on my watch list! :) And yay for the arrival of hot water bottle weather! xx

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27.09

Canoe-on-lake

Fancy adding a whole load of wonderful new blogs to your reading list this weekend? Well, you’re in luck because I’m about to get you good and acquainted with a bounty of amazing blogs! And not just blogs! This month there’ve been some amazing online shops linked in my sidebar, and I’ll tell you, it’s been an exercise in self control! So, if you’re planning on curling up on the sofa with blankets and tea this weekend, why not have a little browse through the blogs and sites linked below whilst you’re at it? :) I can’t think of a nicer way to while away a Saturday afternoon!

Daydreams of Summertime
I’ve got to know Sarah and her lovely blog well over the past few months since she first advertised with me, and it’s been such a pleasure! Her posts are always so beautifully put together- full of dreamy photographs and the sort of personal writing style that draws you in right from the off! Daydreams of Summertime features a whole lot more travel posts than many of the lifestyle blogs I read, which is part of why I like it so much. Sarah always seems to be doing something exciting! Most recently, she went on a ‘Neighbours’ tour in Australia! Be still my beating heart!
Favourite post of the past month? Weekend Scenes: London

Lisette Loves
Oh, I just love Lisette’s blog! There’s never a bad time to sit down with a cup of tea and read Lisette Loves, and this month has been no exception! In September, Lisette’s shared posts about her move to London (exciting!), beautiful home inspiration, my favourite ‘thankful Thursday’ posts, and, *very* excitingly, this month we’ve been introduced to her handsome man! If you’re fond of the sort of charming, beautifully curated lifestyle blog that makes you feel as though you’re getting a peep into someone else’s world, you’ll just adore Lisette Loves!
Favourite post of the past month? Thankful Thursday.

The Peppermint Pencil
Anya’s blog is another truly beautiful one. It’s become a firm favourite read of mine over the past few months, and is one that I jump to read each and every time Anya shares a new post. The Peppermint Pencil is a lifestyle blog, that features recipes, travel posts (I’m so envious of Anya’s recent trip to Edinburgh!) wishlists, and posts about Anya’s life! Her photos are so incredibly beautiful, and it’s hard not to fall in love with The Peppermint Pencil from the moment you first start reading it. I can’t recommend it highly enough!
Favourite post of the past month? Letting go of summer.

The What Now Blog
The What Now Blog is so fantastic, and so unique. Louise’s posts are always so well written and thought out, and are designed to help her readers generate a positive attitude towards their life and work. And they really do the trick! I always find the a quick browse through Louise’s posts perk me up when I’m in need of a creativity and motivational boost, and it doesn’t hurt that I know for a fact what a love Louise herself is too :) A fantastic blog to add to your reading list, to turn to for inspiration and advice and just a plain old good read!
Favourite post of the past month? Time for a digital detox?

Mel Bakes Things
Mel’s blog is the first of a few amazing new food blogs I’ve been introduced to this month! And it’s such a great read! Mel’s recipes are just gorgeous. They’re inventive, well written, and what’s more, beautifully photographed and styled! If you’re looking for a whole lot of material for your Pinterest boards, well, you just found it! I’ve especially enjoyed reading Mel’s blog since she’s based in the US, so her recipes all have that wonderful North American vibe to them! Think rice krispie treats, pumpkin spice goodies, doughnuts/donuts…oh man, it’s a feast for the eyes!
Favourite post of the past month? Miso caramel + toasted coconut rice krispie treats.

The Noble Foodie
From America, to the UK! The Noble Foodie is (you guessed it!) another food blog, but this time its author Bridget is half Australian, half Chinese, and lives in London! If healthy eating is your (sugar-free) jam, then The Noble Foodie is the blog for you! Bridget’s recipes are all gluten and dairy free, and all look so totally delicious that they totally shake off the old idea that healthy food has to be boring! Her recipes range from sweet treats, dinner ideas, simple snacks, and breakfasts- truly a recipe for every occasion!
Favourite post of the past month? Banana crepes.

Fox + Star stationery
Oh my. If you’ve not already discovered Fox & Star, you are in for a treat my friend! It’s pretty much my new favourite shop. Think Paperchase, but better.  Fox & Star’s stationery is so beautifully selected (their autumn range alone is a sight to be seen!) and they sell a selection of washi tapes that will set your heart a-flutter! It’s the sort of shop that sells all the ingredients for making the sort of ‘curated workspace’ you see pinned 5000 times over on Pinterest, and that you kind of wish had a ‘add one of everything to basket’ button. The wish list I’m currently compiling is about four foot long, honestly…
Favourite items? Le Cahier notebook, Thinking Of You card, and Corner Peach washi tape.

Rhyme & Ribbons
I had the pleasure of meeting the lovely Amanda this month at a dinner in London, and she truly is the sweetest! Rhyme & Ribbons has quickly become a favourite read of mine since I first was introduced to it, for so many reasons! I love the humour Amanda infuses into her posts, her quirky style, and the fact that she’s a fellow GBBO obsessive ;) Aside from Paul-and-Mary themed posts, Amanda posts about her adventures in London, food (check the recipe linked below! oh my!) and lots more besides!  It’s just such a lovely read- I’m sure you’re going to love it!
Favourite post of the past month? Chicken and mushroom casserole with cider. 

Cocktails and Caroline
I just love reading Caroline’s blog. Ever since I first came across it (months and months ago!) it’s held a firm place in my reading list as the blog I turn to when looking for inspiration about which restaurant to try next in London! Caroline’s travel and restaurant review posts are always so comprehensive, and she’s always so impossibly glamorous that even if her posts weren’t so wonderfully written, I would enjoy her blog for the photos alone! A true dining-out and travel guidebook, and one that I really recommend adding to your reading list!
Favourite post of the past month? The gooiest, most chocolatey brownies ever!

Shu Likes Clothes
It’s such a pleasure to have the lovely Shu’s blog linked in my sidebar this month! Her blog is such a good one! As you probably guessed by the title, Shu’s blog is a fashion-focused one! Shu’s outfits are always so beautiful, and I wind up wanting to go shopping pretty much every time I stop by her blog! I love her lifestyle posts too, and the videos she puts on her YouTube video are also pretty stellar! If I think about it actually, there’s nothing not to love about Shu and her blog! One to add to your reading list for sure!
Favourite post of the past month? Through my lens #1: Sunsets in London.

The Vintage Pearl
The Vintage Pearl is the sweetest shop! They sell a range of personalised, keepsake jewellery that can be stamped with the name of loved ones, favourite quotes, or even your own initials! They’d make the most perfect presents for friends and family- it’s definitely a shop I’ll be returning to around Christmas time when the shopping rush begins! The Vintage Pearl are offering a discount of 15% off their whole range right now with the code ‘CWR15′, so head over there on the double to bag a bargain!
Favourite piece? Gold initial chain necklace.

A Dash of Ginger
Kirsty’s blog has been another new one to me this month, and one that I’m so thrilled I get to add to my reading list! It’s just gorgeous! A Dash of Ginger is a food blog, full of some of the most divine looking recipes I’ve ever come across! Those cinnamon rolls! That caramel sauce! The sun-dried tomato soda bread! Kirsty’s photos and styling are absolutely beautiful, and I’m so excited to watch her (fairly new!) blog develop and grow! And in the meantime, I’m really just excited to get following her recipe for cinnamon rolls…
Favourite post of the past month? Easy Homemade Cinnamon Rolls.

The Awkward Blog
Angela’s blog is just such an amazing read. Her posts are always so beautifully photographed and written, and there’s something about it (that I can’t quite put my finger on!) that makes it so very unique. I fell in love with it about 0.5 seconds after landing on The Awkward Blog’s homepage for the very first time! The Awkward Blog features recipes (Angela’s recipes always look amazing!), ‘life lately’ kind of posts, beautiful photos (of kittens, and London!) and restaurant reviews. I always jump to read Angela’s posts when they appear in my feed, and am sure you’re going to love it too!
Favourite post of the past month? Sushi at Lingo.

A few more blogs + sites to fall in love with! ::
The University Project || Favourite post? :: Things that’ve made me happy #8
Designed by Artists || Favourite item? :: Hello Deer blanket
Life Enchanted || Favourite post? :: Headed North
Uncia + Tigris || Favourite post? :: Hello Autumn + seasonal recipe roundup.
Mengsel || Favourite item? :: ‘Pomegranates’ silkscreen print.
Polly’s Pocket Book || Favourite post? :: Pause for thought. 
Gemzicle Sprinkles || Favourite post? :: What I Ate Wednesday

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6 thoughts on “Who’s been in my sidebar this month? || September advertisers!

  1. Jennifer

    I can’t wait to give all of these blogs a read! Some of them I know already, but lots of them are new for me which is always exciting. I love how sincere you come across about these blogs- it’s like they come recommended by a friend!
    Jennifer x
    Ginevrella

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  2. Kirsty

    Thanks for the lovely write up Rosie! I’m looking forward to discovering some new favourites from this list x

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  3. jemima

    I always love your sponsors roundup……… there are always some EXCELLENT suggestions which quickly become my favourites! Hooray!

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  4. Shu

    Thank you so much for the incredibly lovely write-up, Rosie! You’ve got me smilin’ from ear to ear :) x

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  5. Rachel

    These lists are always a dangerous thing for me! It’s overwhelming how many gorgeous blogs are out there!

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