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Chipotle Pumpkin Pizza and Broccoli Pizza with Bacon and Gouda Cheese-16

{This is the biggest Zucchini I have ever seen. I am kind of amazed at the size of this. Is this normal?}

This new (to me) blog, Wit & Vinegar and Billy’s genius idea of a popsicle week. Both Billy and popsicle week are awesome. No seriously, it’s an awesome blog. Go check it out!

These mini coconut cream tarts. Coconut cream people. Yes!

These Vietnamese coffee pops. Cinnamon and sweetened condensed milk. Amazing.

This grilled peach, brie and basil sandwich. Summer in a sandwich. Again, yes!

This mediterranean strata. Love these fresh summer flavors!

These triple play mini back to school muffins. Triple play? I say triple awesome!

This malted chocolate ice cream. Just please pass the spoons!

This 2-ingredient white chocolate buttercream. This looks Killer and I mean 2 ingredients? Does not get better.

This garden veggies burrito. Oh my gosh, gimme!

This Filipino pancit recipe. Incredible.

These roasted corn, tomatoes and zucchini quesadillas. All my favorite foods on one cheesy, crispy tortilla.

This pina colada guacamole. Need this, want this, making this!

These all fruit 4 ingredient popsicles. So pretty and I love fruit!

This round-up of 60 zucchini recipes. Obviously, I NEED this.

This round-up of 60+ peach recipes. So many awesome recipes. I am dying over this.

This feature of my Cinnamon Toast Crunch on Food 52. So fun and so excited about this!

[What are you guys loving this week?]

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  1. Teighan – love love your blog! And Cinnamon Toast Crunch were always my favorite growing up, I can’t wait to try the recipe…. love your writing and your photographs are amazing, do you take all the pictures yourself??

  2. That’s the opposite of the zucchinis I’ve been seeing at safeway. They are too small at safeway! Trader Joes had some big ones though, but not as big as that! My grandma normally makes zucchini bread with zucchinis from her garden….I should make some before the summer is over.

    I used zucchini in this ziti dish recently:
    http://ohmyveggies.com/recipe-vegetable-baked-ziti/

  3. This zucchini reminds me of summer at my parent’s house. No matter if we thought that we searched under all of the giant zucchini leaves in the days prior, we seemed to only find baseball bat size zucchini! It’s the kind of zucchini that you can make a double batch of zucchini bread from and still have half of the zucchini left!
    If you have more zucchini to use up, I can highly recommend adding it to oatmeal cookies! Yum! I am craving that right now as I think about it!

  4. Congrats on the Food52 feature. You deserve it! Loving all these links (some are reminders) of great things I saw this week!

  5. Someone told me once that those huge zucchini are dried out? I have no idea though but it seems a lot of backyard gardeners grow them that big. It is fun to see them that big. I guess I’ll have to get one that big to find out.

  6. Hi Tieghan, I started following you in these days, I really like your blog!
    Yes it’s quite normal, zucchini tend to get huge when not picked as soon as they are ready.
    Usually huge zucchini are more watery and a little bitter
    It happens to my father all the time XD
    Have a nice weekend 🙂

    1. Thanks so much for following along, Lou!

      Yeah, this zucchini was pretty watery, but it worked great in baked goods! Thank so much, Lou!