Hello there ladies..
Just sharing a few pics of our old cottage that is patiently waiting for our soon return..
About another month and we will be getting ready for our Summer migration.. smile..
These pics were taken before in the month of May.
The shop is the little cottage and we need to get there and start getting it ready for the season..
We hope next week to head down that way..
I love the Bay of Fundy and will be happy to listen to the nightly waves and hear the wind blowing through the windows..
But for now I am enjoying still being home.
The wind is blowing here tonight, too..
There has been a bad forest fire over near our farm and we are praying they get it under control..
Three homes have been lost so far..
We really need rain..
I included a picture of an old house that is on the Bay and one of my favorites..
The dear girl who owns it lives in Ontario and is one of the sweetest people you could meet..
We see each other and just pick up where we left off.. grin..
There are many nice things about moving back for the Summer and she is one of them..
There are also a lot of dear friends and cousins, of course, that makes the cottage such a lovely place to be..
Another is our nightly drives..
We go most evenings..
Just wee drives sometimes with a sugar free cone and then end up parking along the waves you see there..
We roll down our windows and Terry puts his seat back..
I sit up and watch the waves until I get sleepy and then we head home to our warm bed... smile..
I promised the little how to for the cinnamon buns..
The first pic is of the no knead bread recipe which is found
No Knead Cinnamon Buns..
All I made was half of the recipe for the pan you see..
If you need more then use the regular recipe.. OK?
I didn't measure but I will give you the idea..
Raise the bread the first time in the bowl and punch down..
Have some butter and I mixed about a half cup of brown sugar and a big spoon of cinnamon..
Then I made little rolls in my hand and buttered them with soft butter and rolled them in the cinnamon sugar and placed in a buttered tin..
Let rise until doubled..
Bake in a 350 degrees F. oven for only 25 minutes...
Check them at 20 minutes but it also depends on the size of the rolls. You may need longer ..
When they are cool drizzle some vanilla icing on the top..
A little butter creamed well, icing sugar, vanilla and a pinch of salt..
Add a tablespoon of milk at a time until you get a good consistency..
Hope you like them..
I don't believe there are many calories in them.. (rolled eyes)
Someone left a comment and wanted to know if I
made sticky buns..
I used to years ago but I haven't for ages..
I dearly love them and would eat way too many..
So I wait until we take a trip to a little town on the other side of the Fundy Trail in Alma and get a pan of theirs..
The best sticky buns in Canada..
Have a wonderful evening dear hearts..
Thanks for dropping by and leaving your little notes so I know you were here..