Welcome to a celebration of British Summer – as well as all the things that make summer anywhere great – at The Hearth and Soul Link Party! I’m so glad you are here!
At The Hearth and Soul Link Party, you can share blog posts old and new, about anything that feeds the soul. This includes – but is not limited to – family, home, recipes, decorating, crafts, DIY, travel, organisation, book reviews, the arts and self improvement.
The weather may be a bit temperamental, but our British summer is in full swing. Royal Ascot was held last week and now we are heading towards the Championships at Wimbledon and The Henley Royal Regatta. There are many traditional events held every summer here in the UK, making it a really busy and fun time.
I’ve just recently returned from a trip to Singapore, and we were at a vintage car rally at the beautiful Elizabethan Burghley House this weekend, so it has been a slower week on the blog.
What’s Been Happening on the Blog
This vintage recipe for Grandma’s Homemade Vintage Coleslaw is always a hit at our summer barbecues and parties. I also like to keep some handy in the fridge for easy lunches and salad suppers. This coleslaw (or cabbage salad as she called it) was one of my late Mom’s signature recipes and a real family favourite.
Thank you to everyone who visited and shared last week.
This Week’s Featured Posts
This week’s featured posts include (from top left, clockwise):-
This Lemon Zucchini Loaf with Lemon Glaze from Nancy-C would be perfect for a British afternoon tea in the garden.
Make your home, porch, patio or deck more welcoming for summer entertaining with this beautiful Stencilled Galvanized Flower Bucket from Fresh Vintage by Lisa S
Dream of a vegetable garden but don’t have much space? Kathi of Oak Hill Homestead has some great advice on Vegetables You Can Grow in a Container Garden.
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