The Weekend Dish: 7/18/2020
I hope that your weekend is off to a wonderful start. It’s going to be a super hot and humid couple of days here, so we’ll just be trying to stay cool! Do you have any fun projects in the works? Around the house or in the kitchen? I’d love to hear what you’re doing!
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Fresh Blueberry Pie – Classic blueberry pie made with homemade pie crust, fresh (or frozen!) blueberries and a touch of lemon and cinnamon is the best. An easy summer recipe!
Dill Pickles Recipe – These dill pickles taste incredibly fresh and have the perfect balance of dill and garlic flavor. Learn everything you need to know about how to make them!
Easy Fruit Pizza Recipe – This simple fruit pizza recipe is easy to make and absolutely gorgeous! A buttery crescent dough crust is topped with a cream cheese frosting and then piled high with fresh seasonal fruit.
Friday Things #380 – My sweet babes, tank tops, cookbooks, habits, and a few more things!
Top 5 Most Popular Posts This Week:
1. Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles
2. My Favorite White Bread Recipe
4. Key Lime Pie
This Time Last Year…
These were the recipes that hit the site during this same week last year…
What I Bookmarked This Week
My mom made chicken cordon bleu often when we were younger, but I always remember that she would pick them up already-assembled at the grocery store and then bake them at home. I can’t wait to try my hand at this recipe!
These super hot days call for No-Churn Coffee Oreo Ice Cream.
And also malted milk cookies n’ cream ice cream sandwiches.
Oh my, these peach fritters sound so delicious!
Confession: I have never in my life eaten a crumpet. Totally going to make these!
Have a delicious weekend!
Just thought I’d share that my son (now 31) always called Chicken Kiev exploding chicken because no matter how careful he was, the butter always exploded out when he cut it. The baked version looks yummy.
English muffins and crumpets are not the same, but a bit similar. I’m a huge crumpet fan so I had to try this recipe right away. They turned out awesome. Definitely give them a try!
English muffins and crumpets are two different things. The first have those lovely butter-friendly holes on the inside, the latter on the outside. They are both delish in my opinion.
Good morning Michelle, I noticed when I went to the Crumpet recipe (which sound great), she had a chicken cordon bleu also. At first I thought you liked 2 recipes from the same blogger, I don’t think I’ve seen you do that. Both sounded good, but I think I would go with the easier/ baked one. Have a great weekend.
I bought crumpets once at a gourmet food store. To me they were like pancakes that weren’t flipped over – a little doughy – not something I’d purchase or make again. IMO
You’ve eaten a crumpet, Michelle. Here in the USA we call them English muffins! Really enjoy your posts. Lee Hoy