It's been awhile since I've made my rolls- And yesterday's class reminded me and my family what we've been missing these the past several months. It's been maybe even since winter.
This morning our daughter in love suggested I should make another batch today since I had a little of yesterday's frosting......
SUre, make a whole batch of rolls to use up 1 cup of frosting. Haha. I fell for her trick and made a batch.
In this family we have mixed feelings about the frosting on the rolls: some like rivers of flowing frosting and others love the plain sticky-gooey caramel ones with a pile of butter.
This time we think they are the best EVER. This recipe is not the one I teach in classes. Someday I may share, but not yet.
This class was a perfect ending to finish out classes until the kitchen is all put back together this fall. Three birthdays celebrated, with the father celebrating his 85th birthday. I cried when the family was sharing their love for their father. So, so special.
Walters favorites were on the menu. A good old-fashioned breakfast at the farm.
A little starter warm out of the oven - cast iron cinnamon rolls & orange marmalade rolls, we then started to work on buttermilk waffles, russett hashbrowns, loads of fresh fruit, bacon, eggs, fresh peach and strawberry jam, 3 pots of coffee, freshly squeezed OJ, and a rustic blueberry pie for his cake!
Thank you to my mother for the beautiful flowers she always arranges for our classes, my daughter-in-love for all the pre class cleaning and my husband who is ALWAYS behind the scenes making sure it is all perfect for EACH of you who walk through our doors.
Looking forward to having the kitchen back to normal, where we will be ready to celebrate a new season this Fall with all of our returning guests and meeting new kids, family and friends.