The Weekend Dish: 11/18/2020
A huge happy Saturday to you all!
I hope that you’ve been doing well and, as we round the corner into a holiday week that may look much different for everyone this year, that you know how incredibly grateful I am for each and every one of you. Grateful for sharing your lives with me, for being part of this community, and for sharing in my joy of extending friendship and love through food.
Wishing you all a happy and healthy Thanksgiving week ❤️️
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Turkey Wild Rice Soup – This super simple turkey wild rice soup will totally transform your turkey leftovers. With the addition of fresh cremini mushrooms and a rich broth, this is sure to be a favorite for years to come.
Traditional Sticky Toffee Pudding Recipe – Traditional sticky toffee pudding is baked on a creamy toffee sauce, is super moist and full of sweet dates. Served with whipped cream!
Monte Cristo Sandwich – This Monte Cristo sandwich is the most elevated grilled cheese/French toast hybrid in existence! Crispy challah, melty Swiss cheese, turkey, and salty ham are dunked in a custard mixture, pan-fried, and served with maple syrup and fruit preserves on the side for dipping.
Friday Things #398 – School, cozy blankets, Christmas decorations, and more!
Top 5 Most Popular Posts This Week:
1. My Favorite White Bread Recipe
This Time Last Year…
These were the recipes that hit the site during this same week last year…
The Most Perfect Mashed Potatoes
What I Bookmarked This Week
I want to DIG IN to this cookies and cream Oreo pie.
Give me a massive tub of sweet and salty crispy butter popcorn.
I’ve never heard of Hungarian mushroom soup but my goodness, how amazing does it look?!
Oh my goodness! >> Carrot Cake Poke Cake
Totally making this Arkansas possum pie because I cannot resist crazy recipe names and this pie is loaded with layers of my favorite things – chocolate and cream cheese, yummm!
Have a delicious weekend!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Thank you for blessing us all year long. Your blog has been such a source of comfort and “normalcy” in this last year. I truly thank you for every ounce of all that you do for your readers.
Can’t wait to hear about your menu for Thanksgiving. I’m sure it will be amazing.
Hi Michelle! Thank you for your cheerful family updates and enthusiastic recipes. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Michelle, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your lovely family! Thank you so much for sharing your lives with us, especially during this year of so much solitude (and we don’t even stay home the whole time). I hope you have a wonderful holiday!
Hi Michelle, Just wanted to drop by and wish you and your lovely family a very Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks so much for all the delicious recipes that you provide to us along with your family photos. Take care, and God bless!
I just had to click on the Arkansas Possum Pie, because somehow I had a feeling that it was going to be something like it turned out to be. One of our family favorite pies is called Girdle Buster Pie (tells you how old that recipe is!) which is a decadent ice cream pie.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family – we are just two of us this year.