I can’t believe it’s almost August. We’re bidding a fond farewell to Marion Cunningham and celebrating what would have been Julia Child’s 100th birthday this month. Bake on!
I know there was a little stress for some folks because we opted for three Tuesdays this month. No worries everyone! As long as you bake along with at least one of these, you are eligible to host. And if three recipes are too many for you, do what you can.
I am super stoked about this month. I have vowed to make one pie per week for the entire summer. This is to remedy the fact that I am an absolutely horrible pie maker. When I say horrible, I mean it. (This is Laurie, not Jules, I am sure Jules is a fab pie maker. I just know she is.) I was so excited that several pies/tarts were suggested for this month. However, we did not want to overload the month on sweets, so there is savory as well. Happiness for all!
July 3, 2012- Hazelnut Biscotti, p. 315.
July 17, 2012- Semolina Bread, p. 102.
July 31, 2012- Blueberry Nectarine Pie, p. 384.
If you would like to host one of these recipes (two needed each recipe), please throw your name in the hat by leaving a comment below. This is a NO CHAT post. I’ll close this post on the 22nd and announce the hosts on the 23rd.
It’s that time of the month again!
Just to review: We ask for nominations. An executive committee will review the nominations. One simple and one more difficult recipe will be chosen to be featured the following month. Next week, we will ask for volunteers to host said recipes on another post. A host for each recipe will be chosen by random number generator from the list of volunteers. Once you have hosted, you move to the back of the line to give others the same chance.
Pick something good!
Enter your recipe nomination for May in the comments below. Please include page numbers. Recipe Nominations will close on 5/17/12.
Please leave Recipe Nominations only. This is a NO CHAT post.
Look at these gorgeous examples! You’ll find them on our host’s blogs along with the recipes.
This one was made by Lynette of 1smallkitchen.
This beauty is from Cher of The not so exciting adventures of a dabbler…
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My house smelled divine while this was baking! How did yours turn out? Is it a keeper?
This sounds delicious! What do you know that we need to know?
Let’s see how yours turned out!
Cathy of My Culinary Mission made a gorgeous version with Gruyere cheese. Carla of Chocolate Moosey went a little more old school. (The size differential is only because I’m lousy at working with photos. It’s nothing personal. ;-)
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