It’s finally Friday and I am so excited for the weekend ahead, but first, what are you up to this weekend? Around here we’re celebrating a big birthday for my husband, so there will be lots of cake eating and eating in general, beer drinking, and fun. I’ve always loved birthdays and I enjoy making them extra special for the people I love. His birthday isn’t until Monday, so look out for a special birthday recipe I’ve created using his very favorite ingredient. There won’t be a lot of cooking going on around here, although I am planning on making my favorite hummus recipe. I hope you all have a great weekend, and here is your weekend reading roundup of food links from around the web…
Let’s start with these simple breakfast tostadas. YUM.
California home cooks can now legally sell food out of their homes.
An heirloom bread baking boom in the American south.
Hot-buttered soft pretzels= bretzels. I can’t wait to make these!
“…norms change when we decide to live our lives with intent, and help others to do the same.” – Tom Colicchio on food waste.
This chai spice apple skillet cake is fall in a skillet.
“Where would southern culture be without the tomato?” – on tomato farming and labor in the south.
Interested in baking homemade bread? A cast iron combo cooker is an excellent baking tool and this one is on sale.
A kohlrabi and carrot slaw with smoked tuna that sounds simple and delicious.
Photo: Sourdough boules I baked a few weeks back using the Beginner Sourdough Method from The Perfect Loaf