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We've scoured the web, found our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.

During the week, life is all about routine. You wake up, go to work, come home, scrounge up something to eat. But over the weekend, you have plenty of time to spice things up. Kitchen projects like homemade ice cream, pie, and bread were meant for Saturdays and Sundays, so go ahead and try something new this weekend. Just read these links first.

Chive Pancakes Blackberry Ice CreamGrilled PeachesCabbage Salad

  • A savory take on pancakes, perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. (101 Cookbooks.)
  • How do you make peaches even better? Grill them, then add ice cream and caramel sauce. (Biscuits and Such.)
  • A beautiful salad that won’t leave you hungry. (Local Milk.)

Peach and Blueberry PiePicklesFarro Buttermilk SoupTartine Country Bread

  • Try your hand at canning with these simple pickles. (1 Big Bite.)
  • You’ll need some bread to mop up all that soup. This one should do the trick. (Apt. 2B Baking Co.)

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

Photos on top by (clockwise) 101 Cookbooks, Reclaiming Provincial, Biscuits and Such, Local Milk

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) Delightful Crumb, 1 Big Bite, Sweet Amandine, Apt. 2B Baking Co.

Tags: food52 favorites, links we love, roundup, bloggers, summer, produce

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almost 2 years ago Rima Vyas

Its useful blog for foodies who wants to learn new dishes from other countries.i find some good recipes from this site: http://www.sanjeevkapoor... am sure you will also find some great cuisine History & recipes form the site :)


about 2 years ago SeaJambon

NW Edible is truly awesome! Be sure and dig around -- she has some great "downloadables" such as a PDF of wet and dry "zings" that can be added to fruit jams (herbs, spices and other flavor pairings).


about 2 years ago delightfulcrumb

Thanks for the mention! I have been dreaming about Jess' buttermilk soup since she posted it - I'm so intrigued! And now you've given me even more to put on my list of things to make.


about 2 years ago Sweet Amandine

I've had Jenny's salsa fresca on the brain since she posted it earlier this week. It's happening this weekend, for sure. With plenty of hot sauce.


about 2 years ago Emma

Hi I'm a new food blogger living in London, I just started my blog, www.corianderandcumin.wordpress..., have a look if you like! :) x


about 2 years ago acookswords