Friday, April 9, 2010

More Country Egg Buns

Cooling and Smelling Great!

Although I've posted about Country Egg Bread & Buns before, I just had to share these photos of my recent baking for the local Farm Store and our family Easter dinner.

They turned out great! Nice and fluffy interior crumb, slightly moist. The outside "crust" was soft yet obvious, shiny from the egg wash. The sesame seeds added a satisfying and nutty crunch. And, and...the buns had the heavenly scent of the orange honey that I used to sweeten the dough! OMG, did they smell good! I wish this blog had "smello-vision" or something so that you could experience their divine scent. I just kept sniffing the ones I served for our Easter dinner, over and over again. Then we ate them! All of them. Fast. Warm with butter.

Easter Country Egg Buns ~ Yum!

© Copyright 2010 MotherHen Jen


Hardware Bob said...

OMG regarding the scent is absolutely right, and they were so deliciously yummy.

I have never had rolls that practically melt in my mouth before. Easter dinner was of course also fabulous, but those honey laced rolls, they were extra, extra fabulous.

Rising Rainbow said...

They sure look nummy.

Farmgirl Susan said...

Your breads are all so beautiful! :)

Farmer Jen said...

Hi Bob,
They really were very tasty. I will do these again and again.

Hi RR,
Thank you for visiting my bread baking blog and leaving a nice comment.

Hi Susan,
Thank you for your nice compliment! Coming from you, an experienced bread baker, your praise means so much to me. I appreciate your encouragement.

greekwitch said...

They look so yummy!
You are half greHAve you ever visited Greece?
Thank you for your nice words on my blog!
Brightest blessings!

Farmer Jen said...

Hi GreekWitch,
Thanks for visiting my bread blog. No, I have not been to Greece yet. Maybe someday.