Friday, 25 June 2010

Flying visit



Yesterday, I had some breakfast guests. Our friends were on a 24 hour stop over on their way from Australia to Europe. I've decided to make them a "Zopf", a plaited bread, normally eaten on Sunday morning. It tuned out OK, although my "plaiting" skills still need improving. My mother is the real talent in that department. Hers turn out more like this:
I also made some cinnamon rolls, except mine are not made with cinnamon but a filling of apricot jam, ground hazelnut, lemon zest and sugar.

We had a lovely lazy day before they flew off at midnight. It was great to have them here and to catch up even though it was really rather short.

Vreni

8 comments:

Jessica said...

Hi Vreni,
I love cinnamon rolls but your twist on them sounds delicious. I remember going to Expo in Brisbane in 1988! I was 8/9 years old!

Crafty Chops said...

I cant believe that you made those, they look so good.

I'm really hungry after reading this post!

Mrs. 5C said...

That looks amazing!! What a fun excuse for a short visit!

MaksiTaksi said...

Your cinnamon rolls looks great! It's like a prof made them.
About the Three Little Birds :)..Yep you're right...the Three Little Birds still humming in my head, over and over again!! :)) And thank you for it because I like that song but I didn't hear it for quit a while so I was forgotten it.

Rita said...

HI Vreni
Die Zimtschneggli sehen aber köstlich auch!!!Die muss ich nächstens auch mal versuchen!!
Und der Zopf ist doch super gelungen! Hauptsache er schmeckt!!
Liebi Grüessli, Rita

Thimbleanna said...

I think your Zopf looks fantastic -- I'll bet your guests loved it!

Kris said...

Your rolls look and sound delicious! Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. When I read your profile I discovered you like Alexander McCall Smith's books. You have good taste, because I love his books too!

Gisele said...

Those cinnamon rolls look delicious Vreni, oh I can taste them from here! Thanks for your lovely commment & yes I really enjoy hand stitching, I find it very relaxing. I still need to master using a machine & become quite stressed with it at times! lol Have a great weekend x