playing in the kitchen

Since I seem to be stuck in binding mode the past few days, both stitching it and making it, I took a break this afternoon and made a batch of cinnamon rolls. My maiden voyage in this area, I might add. I am serious about learning some new cooking skills this next year.

I ordered the roll mix from the Prepared Pantry as I really liked their pizza crust that we had tried recently. There were a few kitchen tools in the order as well. LOL, I got to admit that I like kitchen toys as much as quilt toys. I like office supplies too--that might be a hang over from my days as the "purchasing agent" among other things at the podiatric practice where I worked for 12 years.

I wound up with two more rolls than the recipe called for so I must have rolled the down out a little wider than they showed in the pictures on the directions. They DID raise up like they were supposed to though. Not entirely the same size but I think that was the pan situation (the over flow went on another pan) and the jelly roll was a little fatter in the middle section. Tasted delicious though---lots of cinnamon. Smelled fantastic in here too.

You might note that the blender now has a cover on it. The toaster does as well. I'm working on the food processor one now but Skyler keeps getting either on it or trying to get under it like he does the bed covers.

Hope you have had a good day in whatever you chose to do--------

Comments

  1. Those cinnamon rolls look yummy! They are making my mouth water! The blender cover looks great! Good for you in keeping on task to finish those covers up!

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  2. Cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite things to cake. When we have a morning meeting, I make them real small, like two-bite size and bake them for a little shorter time. They are always the top hits on the table.

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    Tried and True Recipes from a Caterer’s Kitchen—Secrets of Making Great Foods

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  3. Those look delicious - absolutely not like a first time effort! Could you put one of those in a bubble envelope and Fed Ex it to Tennessee?

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