Travel // The Ethicurean in Somerset…

We headed on through the leafy Somerset lanes to The Ethicurean.  A much loved place for Dan and I. It was so warm it felt like we were in the South of France.  Bees buzzed around the lavender, and buzzard soared in the sky.
We decided on a simple yet delicious ploughmans washed down with cooling spritzers.  Even our salad had small borage flowers.
Such a wonderful day… it is what summer is meant for.
The Ethicurean are having their Summer Solstice feast tonight – if you would like to go please have a look at their website.
  • Love it there, love it. I was at a walled garden too today, they are just wonderful. So sheltered, just right for vegetables and salads and peaches ripened against warm stone walls…

  • Perfect. I am living vicariously through you at the moment as we plod our way through what seems like an endless term. There better be some lovely days in August! Beautiful photographs x

  • These photos are great – there is such a lovely, rich tone to them, are you using a particular editing tool? vsco perhaps? …just curious. :) x

  • I am so, so jealous – I’m dying to go to the Ethicurean! It’s right at the top of my ‘to visit’ list – and your photos are beautiful as usual.

  • Please STOP taking pictures of your Saltwater sandals! You are making me so jealous… They don’t make them to fit my massive feet. (lovely post by the way) x

  • I’ll be putting The Ethicurean on my ‘to visit’ list. It looks so beautiful there – so English and yet, as you said, a bit French. Lovely!

  • Oh Lou, these pictures are just beautiful. What an amazing restaurant. Wish I was with you both for a meal like that! x

  • Hi Lou, I only discovered your blog recently and already I love it. And your beautiful photos. Love the shot of those red geums and the blue delphiniums – gorgeous. What a lovely day you had. Here’s to plenty more sunny summer days! Jen

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