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    Cinnamon Bread Estonian style

    duonyte
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 2:57 pm
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    Isn't this a lovely bread? I can just imagine how good it must taste.

    http://www.homecookingadventure.com/recipes/estonian-kringle-cinnamon-braid-bread

    Dee514
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 8:45 pm
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    It is lovely!
    I read the directions....its much simpler to make than it looks. icon_smile.gif

    Would make a nice "welcome to the neighborhood" gift for the new neighbors across the street. icon_cool.gif
    duonyte
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 9:15 pm
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    Heck, I think it would be a great surprise for the family!
    Donna M.
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:04 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    Heck, I think it would be a great surprise for the family!

    So, does that comment mean that you are making it? It does look really awesome!
    duonyte
    Fri Mar 29, 2013 10:47 pm
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    Probably not - I just found a recipe for a no=knead brioche that looks awfully good - that or your Japanese bread. I am not quite sure how much energy I;ll have. If it's warmish together, I want to get some yard work done, and then there is church stuff - our choir has the Easter vigil, so we will be busy.
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 9:24 am
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    Oh that looks lovely but very complicated. My family would love it so I'm off to watch the tutorial.
    CarrolJ
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:36 am
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    I agree that it is gorgeous and doesn't seem as difficult as it looks. It reminds me of those Rice Krispie Bar commercials where the mom covers herself in flour and carrys out the plate of snacks to the family to show how hard (not), she worked. This would definitely present to be harder than it is. Might be a bit difficult for me to make in my living room, but would be a possibility this summer in my new travel trailer. I am looking forward to having a real kitchen countertop and oven to use. I have absolutely no countertop in my living room. I either have to use my lap or a TV tray.
    Bonnie G #2
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:46 pm
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    Oh Carrol, the cooking and baking that you accomplish in such small quarters is nothing short of amazing. So you're getting a new travel trailer, that sounds great, bet you are excited.

    I may just try this bread as it looks so impressive
    CarrolJ
    Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:06 pm
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    Bonnie G #2 wrote:
    Oh Carrol, the cooking and baking that you accomplish in such small quarters is nothing short of amazing. So you're getting a new travel trailer, that sounds great, bet you are excited.

    I may just try this bread as it looks so impressive


    Well you have certainly had your share of cooking and baking in small quarters as well when you and your DH were living all over the world.

    Yes, we already bought the new trailer. It is a lot bigger than the old one. The old travel trailer was 26 feet by 8 feet.

    This one is 35 feet long and has a 20 foot slide in the living room/kitchen. What I really like is that it has a rear kitchen which is shaped in a U. It is so nice and roomy and has the largest countertop I have ever seen in a RV. Since it is a U shape I will be able to sit on my stool to prep and cook without getting in anyone's way. In the old travel trailer people could barely squeeze past me to go to the back of the trailer or to go to the WC.

    What I especially love is that it has a real oven under the range!

    However I must admit I really love the little countertop oven, rotisserie I bought. It is the largest one on the market and actually will hold 2 twelve inch pizzas at the same time. Last week I made a rotisserie chicken in it and DH loved it so much he went to the grocery and bought 2 more whole chickens.

    Today the DGD's and I are making Oatmeal Cookies in the countertop oven. They are turning out beautiful. I will take a photo when done and post it here as well as at the PAC game forum since the recipe is from one of my adopted babies.
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:33 am
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    Yes, not only did I work in a small kitchen but several without ovens and THAT took some figuring out. Right now I'm dealing with an oven so old that it's really not keeping accurate temps and it seems to flex in temps too which does not help to have really great baking results.

    Your travel trailor sounds wonderful, and gosh bigger than I imagined. Do you travel a lot in it? Have fun my friend, and do post photos of those cookies I love to see them
    CarrolJ
    Fri Apr 05, 2013 10:20 am
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    It's not the best photo in the world.

    By the time I finished making 4 recipes yesterday I was tired and my patience for standing was pretty much gone. So I just shot in a hurry.

    Although the browner ones look the most appetizing...all of them sure taste good. While mixing them I discovered my walnuts were huge pieces and decided to go an easier route and used sliced almonds.

    First time I ever used them in a cookie recipe but they sure gave a new dimension to the taste.

    Bonnie G #2
    Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:44 am
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    They all look good to me, now I'm hungry for cookies.
    Red Apple Guy
    Fri May 10, 2013 7:07 am
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    I would think almonds would be great in cookies.
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