I FINALLY learned how to make rosettes! Don’t they look awesome? I made about 100…
I spent today baking with ladies more than twice my age.
I made Krumkake for the first time today; it tastes as good as I remember from my childhood.
I was the youngest by at least 50 years.
Some of the hundreds of sandbakkels we made…
And I loved every second of it.
Some of the items I brought home from my all-day baking: I got to use several different kinds of rosette irons, including a Christmas Tree and a Candy Cane, flower, star and snow flake. Very cool.
I baked so much with these ladies that I brought home a lot of treats for my boys. They were all too eager to finally try the goodies I’ve been talking about for years.
I think Logan’s expression says it all…
And I was all too eager to share with them a priceless piece of my childhood; an edible memory; a bit of myself, dusted with powdered sugar.
Logan eating his second Krumkake…he ate the first one before I could get a picture
Logan picked out a Krumkake to eat. He likes them as much as I do. And I like that, a lot.