Super Natural Every Day: UK edition

Super Natural Every Day: UK edition Recipe

Hi friends, I wanted to share a couple quick announcements today. First thing, I'm quite excited to tell you that the UK edition of Super Natural Every Day is set to be released this week (4/1/12). Here's the link to its page on Amazon.co.uk. Like the US edition, it is softback-wrapped, matte paper, with recipes in weights/volume.

I'm a bit embarrassed that I never got around to doing a proper London write-up after my visit last year. So, better late than never, I figured this would be a fine time to remedy the situation. I dug up notebooks, receipts, and went through my photo archive, then drafted a page with a map of all the places I enjoyed visiting (as well as a few I saved for next time). Here's where the London page lives.

I've also realized that a good number of you like to use my city posts when you travel. The problem is this - when I visit a place more than once, those pages sprawl across the site, are outdated, and are hard to find. So, I'm (sloooowly) consolidating each city onto a single dedicated page. All pages into one place (eventually). Right now there's: London, Paris, and San Francisco. I'm working on Portland, Tokyo, and Rome. To make them easy to find, I've posted a "travel guides" link in the upper right-hand corner of every page on the site. This way the maps should be easy to find if you happen to be traveling to one of the places I've done a page for. Thanks for your patience here, I didn't really think my travel related posts would turn into a "thing"...but enough of you have mailed me with questions that I'm going to try to make things easier and more reference-y in the future. Cheers!

Lead photo: blooms I came across while wandering around Notting Hill.

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Congratulations! Now you know what's in my Amazon shopping cart. x

Revathi Raghavan

Oh I love that you're adding these travel guides!

so looking forward to getting this! i'm sure it will become a go-to. :)

Oh my goodness, I'm *so* excited about this! I've been hoping a UK edition might come out soon, as I've wanted to buy it for ages :) Yay!

Sarah

Congratulations on the UK release, I will pop out to the book store at lunch and see if they have a copy yet. If not, I will nag them until they do!

I received the UK edition from Amazon yesterday, and have already had your Rye Soda Bread for breakfast this morning! Thanks a lot for an absolutely stunning book.

It's lovely to see the places you liked while you were in town. Next time you're in London, come down to Brixton! The Market here has a great feeling and so many fantastic cafes and restaurants, all run by people local to the neighbourhood. Ordering the UK version of the book now! :-)

I got your book last week from Amazon because I had pre-ordered it ages ago! I had completely forgotten about it until I got the email saying "your order is on the way". It was the best surprise I had that week! I've already tried the rye soda bread (I am an avidus home-bread maker), the broccoli and orzo salad with pine nuts and can't wait to try all the others really soon. I am a huge fan and will buy your previous books. I write a blog where I review books, yours is next! Let us know when you are in London again Heidi.

hi! i just got your book yesterday(in the uk)! it looks beautiful and yummy and can't wait to try out the recipes

I love your travel recommendations!! Breizh Cafe for crepes and Musée d'Orsay for art were two of my favorite experiences when I went there :)

Congrats!!!! I am always looking forward to your likes n guides.... Your pics inspires me to travel... Keep it coming....

Congrats on your UK release! I'll be looking at your Paris guide pretty closely in preparation for my June trip there.

Love the map aspect of your 'loved places' - terrific idea. Congrats on the UK release.

Congrats on your London release....that's so fabulous! and I love the first pic with those pink roses :)

Heidi, my honey and I literally traced every one of your food footsteps last time we were in Paris. You are responsible for many a hazelnut gelato...how DO they make it so dang good?

I have your San Fransisco guide bookmarked of a Spring trip. I can't wait! Thanks for putting these together, it is a good thing indeed.

Your travel-related posts are most definitely a 'thing'. I enjoy them very much. I love London and Paris. In your Paris list especially, you hit on many of my favourite places too. :)

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