The Weekend Dish: 9/5/2020
It totally didn’t even dawn on me until earlier today that it’s Labor Day weekend; what a ridiculously crazy year this is! I can’t believe that summer is already unofficially over!
A few more days before we dive into school! Fingers crossed everything goes smoothly!
How are you spending this weekend?
On Brown Eyed Baker This Week
Perfect Quiche Lorraine – This month’s BEB Bake-Along! A perfect recipe for the French classic, quiche Lorraine – a buttery pie crust filled with a savory custard studded with bacon, Gruyere cheese, and chives.
New York Crumb Cake – Made completely from scratch, this buttery New York-style crumb cake is topped with a thick layer of crumb that’s simply irresistible.
Monster Cookies – Monster cookies are everything good that there is about cookie-baking and candy-eating. These classic cookies are loaded with peanut butter, oats, chocolate chips, and M&Ms; they bake up soft, chewy, and thick, and are absolutely irresistible!
Friday Things #387 – Airtable, Fresh Thyme, comfort food, school lunches, etc.
Top 5 Most Popular Posts This Week:
1. My Favorite White Bread Recipe
2. Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles
3. Soft and Chewy Sugar Cookies
This Time Last Year…
These were the recipes that hit the site during this same week last year…
What I Bookmarked This Week
Oh my! >> French Silk Pie Brownies!
Sounds delicious, maybe for brunch, afternoon snacks, or a movie night! >> Everything Bagel Pull Apart Bread
I am 100% ready for fall comfort foods! >> Beer Cheese Potato Soup with Sausage
Love the sound of Chicken parmesan casserole.
Who’s ready for fall baking?! >> Apple Cinnamon Scones
Have a delicious weekend!
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Wow….this all are an amazing recipe and perfect dish for any beautiful weekend….i will definitely trying this crumb cake on this weekend….Thanks Michelle for a beautiful recipes…..!
Have a great labor day weekend. Love your picture of your “three musketeers”, they are seriously just sprouting up so quickly. Be well.
Hi Brown eyed baker. Eileen from Chicago tooling around your site for recipes we can count on. My daughter discovered you first with the lemon curd filled cupcakes and we knew we were on the same wavelength. I’m going to make something citrusy for s-i-l birthday. Have a lovely holiday with your beautiful kiddos. Thank you for sharing your gifts.