19.11

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T R I E D   A N D   T E S T E D  . . .

‘The best, really Rosie?’ is what I’m certain you’re all thinking right now. ‘This is the best!’ is a bold claim to make about anything! Especially about something as personal as pizza…

But is it true? Well, as my About page says, I’ve been quietly but obsessively testing homemade pizza recipes and cooking methods for getting on for five years now, and this beauty here?

It honestly and truly knocks every other pizza recipe I’ve ever tried clean out of the park.

And the best thing about it is that you don’t need anything fancy like a pizza stone to make it!

Let me share my secrets with you… Continue reading

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17.11

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T H E   O U T – O F – D O O R S   B L A N K E T . . .

Well hello, and happy Tuesday! Are you happy and well? I hope you’re happy and well. <3

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I don’t know how it feels to you, but for me it seems as though November’s flying past at a rate of knots.

I blinked once and the leaves were just beginning to turn a hundred shades of copper, again and those leaves were swirling through the air, then blinked a third time to find myself walking through crunching piles of orange and rust.

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We seem to be sliding into winter so rapidly that I’m not sure I’m ready for it.

I’m yet to give Christmas even a second thought, and keep on forgetting that sun at this time of year might shine brightly but packs little punch, and so have been leaving the house wearing far too few layers.

The season’s been kind to us though, so far.

I’m just loving these beautifully bright, sunny days, and that the nights drawing in earlier and earlier makes lighting spice-scented candles by four in the afternoon more than acceptable.

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I’m loving too getting to dig out my winter wardrobe, and scouring Pinterest for seasonal dressing inspiration.

I mean, summer’s great and all, but once you’ve seen worn one floaty dresses you’ve kind of worn them all, and for me there’s nothing better than getting to bundle up in cosy layers ready to head out into the cold.

Speaking of which, this tartan cape is the newest addition to my wardrobe, and I couldn’t love it more. I’m as excited to snuggle up in it on the sofa whilst drinking cocoa as I am keen to wear it out on frosty dog walks.

It feels a little more bold and daring than most of the rest of my wardrobe, and yet at the same time it’s essentially a blanket you can wear outside of the house which makes it perhaps the least bold and daring clothing item of all! And the wool itself is so soft and feels so very expensive, which makes the price (<£100!) a happy surprise!

Pretty perfect as a Christmas treat, don’t you think?

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 Cape || Trousers || Jumper || Boots

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12.11

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I’m taking a couple of days away from my laptop from now until the end of this week, and so since there won’t be anything shiny and new coming until Tuesday, I thought I’d leave you with a little round up of a few of my favourite posts from this year.

There’s a little of everything linked below- a few favourite recipes, the travel posts I loved putting together the most, stories from our countryside adventures, and, because I just couldn’t help myself, links to our wedding posts too!

I hope you have a wonderful end to the week and a lovely weekend too, and I’ll catch you in a couple of days time!

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Three ways with chorizo, hummus, chicken, & grains.

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Our wedding- one, two, three, & four.

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Gingerbread muffins, & buckwheat brownies.

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Blackberry picking in Windsor.

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Hot chocolate picnics, last year and this year.

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Sunrise in Edinburgh, and sunset in Thailand.

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A recipe for delicious, simple soda bread.

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Posts from Paris!- one, two, three, & four.

I’d love to know if there’s anything you’d like to see more of on Cider with Rosie, over the months ahead. Do drop a comment below, it’d be so useful to hear your thoughts! :)

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10.11

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A U T U M N   F L O W E R S .

What was it I said in my post about wearing how much I love to wear classic cut, slightly masculine pieces- ‘I’ve never been too fond of the whole dress and tights and boots thing on me’?

Well, that still stands as true, but my goodness, there was just something about this particular dress that stole my heart the second I spotted it in store!

I love that the ditsy floral print (usually synonymous with spring and summer) has been made seasonal in a colour palette of rich blues with splashes of red and orange, as well as those beautiful balloon sleeves and the long, drapey neck tie.

It’s the kind of dress that always makes me want to dance around to the tune of something folksy…but isn’t that what getting ready in the morning is designed for? Time for little at-home dance party?

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Being able to chop and change between styles and trends is my favourite thing about fashion…if my own simple tastes could even be labelled as ‘fashion’! Ha!

One minute I’m at my happiest in cuffed skinny jeans and oversized knitwear, the next I’m dreaming of tweed twinsets and elegant shift dresses. (Can you tell I’m still hung up on Alicia Florrick’s wardrobe?)

I love the playfulness of choosing what to wear each day, and how the only rules, really, are the ones we set for ourselves.

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I wore this little 70s-inspired get up during a day in Marylebone last week with Natasha and Kathryn, attending those press events I told you all about yesterday, and just generally eating and chit-chatting our way round town.

I came home tired, but unlike a day spent in jeans or trousers, the dress was so very comfortable to wear I didn’t feel the need to start changing into pyjamas the very second I shut the front door behind me.

And if that’s not the marker of a truly outstanding dress, then I don’t know what is!

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I’ve linked to a few of my favourite floral dresses in the widget below- don’t forget to disable any ad blockers you might have running, if it’s not displaying correctly!

Dress || Brogues

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