So, I have to admit that I was a little jealous of the crazy snow storm on the east coast. Living in Fargo for 5 years, we were used to blizzards (though not of that magnitude) and it was always kind of fun to be snowed in and have lazy days at home, eating grilled
My homemade bread kick continues but has slowed a bit with the crazy heat summer has brought. I haven’t made any in a few weeks and I feel like I’m going through a homemade carb withdraw. So I thought sharing this recipe with you all would help me cope. These rolls taste so much like
Family traditions, especially those revolving around holidays, are deeply cherished by Joel and me. We both grew up with special Christmas breakfasts and monkey bread was something that always graced Joel’s Christmas table. Because we still go home to visit our parents for Christmas and rotate houses each year, we have our personal family traditions
You can only eat leftover turkey and ham for so long before you revolt. Or go crazy. Don’t get me wrong, I love Thanksgiving and all the food that comes along with it but I just can’t stand leftovers. I suck it up for a day or two but then I just can’t take it.
These Gratitude Rolls are another amazing Pinterest find. See, good things do come from obsession. The idea is you write what you are thankful for on a little piece of paper then roll it up in your roll of choice and bake. I have also seen them over at The Girl Who Ate Everything where she wrapped the