Sunday, June 20, 2010

PW Cinnamon Rolls - Father's Day

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I've decided that I am going to make PW Cinnamon Rolls every Father's Day for Madley. 

It's just the right thing to do.

It's only 56 degrees up here where I am in the Pacific Northwest today. 

It's June 20th.

My Arizona friends are enjoying a balmy 102 degrees today.

In AZ, cinnamon rolls don't sound too good right now, do they?

You are probably making homemade ice cream.

I licked the counter where the cinnamon/sugar/butter ooozed out of the roll where I cut it up.

I am wearing my sweats.

I had to turn on my oven for the dough to rise.

Madley requested Fish Tacos for his Father's Day Dinner from a Rachael Ray recipe. They were excellent.

My house has some interesting smells going on...but the fish wasn't fishy...at all.


Prior to baking.



Baked.


A little maple...a little vanilla. Oh yesssss.


The cinnamon rolls were decadent to say the least. Ree uses a maple icing which I love but no one else does. So I made it just for me and plain old vanilla for the rest of the family.

I am the Marilyn Munster of my family when it comes to some foods. I like to put a spoonful of peanut butter in my homemade fudge...my whole family hates when I do that.

I get more fudge than anyone else because I always conveniently forget to not put peanut butter in. oops.



6 comments:

  1. A woman after my own heart. I totally would have licked the counter, too!

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  2. They look fantastic. I really have troubles with cinnamon rolls. They never work and there is never enough cinnamon.


    LisaDay

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  3. Renee... it's too good to waste!

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  4. Lisa...I put the link up to the recipe since she has it on her website. I stink at making cinnamon rolls...but these work for me!

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  5. When I was in college, I worked in a grocery store -- mostly cashier, but some in the bakery. They made raspberry and strawberry ganache cakes, which were chocolate layer cakes with fruit in between the layers, a rich, incredible whipped cream frosting and then choclate ganache drizzled over the top.

    They would put the cakes on pans to catch the overflow of the ganache and I had to put the pans in the dishwasher at the end of the day. I used to scrape off all the ganache and eat it first -- every time. It was scrumptuous!

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  6. Renee...I would have done the same thing...mmm ganache!

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