The Letters of Note family has expanded again!
I feel like an excitable gazelle clutching my copy of ‘More Letters of Note’: a beautiful book bursting with letters from favourite writers like Katherine Mansfield, Henry James and Sylvia Plath; a message from actor Richard Burton to Elizabeth Taylor; a curious note from Mozart to his wife Marianne… and that’s just for starters!
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I like to alight from a hectic week by setting a scented candle alight.
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Leftover food should not be an afterthought (especially when we’re talking about a particularly generous Sunday roast beef joint that I had for luncheon the other day.) Save what you can’t manage and allow to cool before refrigerating and livening up in a thick soup the next day. Dabble with a ladle, sluice your soup bowl and let flavourful frugality prevail!
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Some are busy spiralizing courgettes to make courgetti dishes (a portmanteau most succulent). Others use their spiralizers for carrots to bring style to quinoa.
So it’s with a cheeky felicity that I proffer these Chocolate Spiral Biscuits for your pudding bowls. (See? Spiral. Phonetically twinned!). Although that’s where the similarity ends.
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After wandering through Westonbirt, we were set to see Tetbury.
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Day two of travels swept me to Westonbirt Arboretum in Tetbury.
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Ideally, all Autumns should be punctuated with a weekend away.
Mine was a quick trip to the Cotswolds.
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