What is the one food that has to be on your Thanksgiving table? Who makes it? Was there also one on the table that had you shaking your head? (I’m looking at you Snickers Salad!)
Since this week was a rewind meant to give you a chance to bake for Thanksgiving, we thought we’d give you the chance to post after Thanksgiving. The LYL post will be up on Thursday for a Fridays with Dorie this week.
We’ll return to our regularly scheduled schedule next Tuesday.
Have a very happy, food-filled, and fun-filled Thanksgiving!
Like the end to the group, the brownies are bittersweet.
I’ve never had this kind of pie before! What do I need to know?
Sounds just like a cereal I know!
Which is better? Near Breton or Far Breton?
So, what did you think? How did yours turn out?
We are getting really close to the end of the book. In fact, there are only 13 recipes left. I know! To ensure that we get to all of them, we are doubling up on recipes this month. We’ve left Thanksgiving week as a rewind because it was so popular last year. If you can bake both of the recipes for a given week, that’s great! If you can only handle one, we totally understand.
Without further ado… the recipes!
November 1, 2011 – Nicole of Cookies on Friday chose Far Breton on pages 202-203 AND Jeannette of Whimsical Cupcake chose Honey Nut Scones on page 31.
November 8, 2011 – Valerie of Une Gamine dans la Cuisine chose Fall Butternut Squash Pie on pages 328-329 AND Di of Di’s Kitchen Notebook chose Mini Madeleines on page 172.
November 15, 2011 – Leslie of Lethally Delicious chose Bittersweet Brownies on page 90 AND Jessica of Cookbook Habit chose Alsatian Apple Tart on page 314.
November 22, 2011 – REWIND!
November 29, 2011 – Judy of Judy’s Gross Eats chose Sour Cream Pumpkin Pie/Tart on page 324 AND Tracey of Tracey’s Culinary Adventures chose Normandy Apple Tart on page 304-305.
Mmmm. Ginger and chocolate. How jazzed were yours?
Is something so simple really that delicious? Or is it harder than it looks to make a good biscuit? Do tell!