The Weekend Dish: 6/27/2020
Hello and a happy weekend to you!
I hope you had a great week and are able to enjoy a couple of days to relax. What things are you enjoying this summer, since it’s looking different than most we’ve seen? Are you doing any special projects at home? I’d love to hear!
As always, you’ll find a recap of what was posted to the site this week, the most shared recipes, my Sunday dinner menu, and recipes I’ve bookmarked from other blogs. Enjoy!
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Peach Cobbler Recipe – An easy peach cobbler recipe is a summer classic! Fresh peaches tossed with sugar and spice and topped with biscuit dough. Serve with ice cream!
Easy Homemade Granola – This easy homemade granola is sweetened with maple syrup (or honey), mixed with almonds and dried fruit, bakes up super chunky, and is the absolute best!
Aunt Dorothy’s Texas Sheet Cake Recipe – This classic Texas sheet cake is a chocolate lover’s dream! Insanely moist chocolate cake is topped with a fudge-like frosting and chopped pecans.
Friday Things #377 – Ice cream cones, cereal, laundry routines, goldens, and more!
Top 5 Most Popular Posts This Week:
1. My Favorite White Bread Recipe
4. Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles
5. Garlic-Herb & Parmesan Roasted Red Potatoes
This Time Last Year…
These were the recipes that hit the site during this same week last year…
Grandma’s Famous Roasted Potatoes
What I Bookmarked This Week
Recipes and posts from other blogs that I thought looked especially delicious and that I thought you would like, too:
My breakfast plate 100% needs this cinnamon swirl quick bread.
Baked honey glazed ribs are perfect for summer!
How insanely gorgeous is this strawberry shortcake trifle with homemade vanilla bean pudding?!
Sweet corn is an absolute must in the summer!
Making this for dinner ASAP >> Caramelized pork tacos with pineapple salsa
Have a delicious weekend!
in your favorite Italian bread recipe you call for bread flour- i cannot find any – anywhere!! Is it ok to use regular flour? or is there a difference in measurement? Please advise, i really love your recipes – they have all been terrific and easy to follow- you should have a TV show!!
Hi Eda, You are so sweet, thank you for the incredibly kind words! You can use regular all-purpose flour; the bread will be a little softer and not quite as “chewy” if that makes sense. But still delicious! I used it myself during quarantine when I couldn’t get bread flour. Wanted to let you know that I saw just last night that Walmart has multiple brands of bread flour in stock for shipping on their website, if you need to order any!
Pinned your recipe for Key Lime pie and plan to make it for July 4 th weekend. Projects here include redecorating our great room. Looking to change the color scheme without breaking the bank. Enjoy your summer with your children. Some of my best memories are of playing in a kiddie pool with mine all summer.
Two words: Pillow Covers. You can find them in a dizzying array of colors and patterns and then shove your existing throw pillows into them for an instant change. I also rotate my throw blankets for different colors depending on the time of year. Depending on your skill level and how much you want to get into it, paint can be a game changer in a space without needing to do anything else. Check out Houzz if you are looking for ideas.