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November 26, 2007

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courtney

looks great, love both versions

maria~

Hey there! How nice that you got to spend some QT with your niece. Baking always never fails to bring people together :)

Btw, your rolls look so soft and scrumptious!

Meryl

How fun that you got to spend time with your niece. I always find that some of my favorite Auntie/Niece times are spent in the kitchen!

Shawnda

Parmesan and chives were an excellent choice, great job!

laurie

Lovely rolls! You can never go wrong with rolls. And baking is such a great way to spend time with a loved one! xo

Deborah

The parmesan and chives sound wonderful. They look quite tasty!!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

OMG you doubled it! Wow that would be huge, no wait that would be HUGE HUGE!
The rolls look divine and I'm delighted to have gotten Jordan into with you!

Meeta

Wow! doubling it must have yielded a huge lotta rolls. But they look awesome!Way to go Glenna!

Gigi

Great looking rolls!

Gigi

Great looking rolls!

Jen Yu

Oh! You crack me up with your hiding of the healthy flour!! I really love the idea of incorporating chives and cheese - sounds delicious. Great job.

peabody

Way to sneak in the whole wheat flour. Rolls look great.

Jen Yu

Oh! You crack me up with your hiding of the healthy flour!! I really love the idea of incorporating chives and cheese - sounds delicious. Great job.

breadchick

Wow! What a great post, I was laughing hard about you sneaking "healthy" flour into the dough. I love the rolls right next to the deviled eggs ;-) Great job on this month's challenge.

marye

mm..Parmesan...
Great idea!

augustina

your rolls look delicious. What a great addition to Thanksgiving dinner. Well done!

Tartelette

I love all your variations and the fact that you were not afraid to double up on one sticky dough! Beautiful job!

Gabi

Great job and what precious time to share for your niece! The rolls turned out beautifully!
xoxo

Lydia

Great idea to add cheese and scallions -- the rolls look beautiful.

Lydia

Great idea to add cheese and scallions -- the rolls look beautiful.

Iish

love your rolls;)

Chris

Lovely add ins. Looks great!

Caron

Your rolls are beautiful and they are so tall!! Well done.

sher

Oh, I KNOW that had to be delicious! Love the additions of parmesan and green onions. No wonder they were such a big hit! I would love one right now. :):)

courtney

Your rolls look perfect.

Dolores

I'm with you, now that potato bread's a part of my repetoire, I'm done with the commercial variety. I love the parmesan and green onion touch. I wonder how they'd be with cheddar and dill?

Cherry

Oh my! Those look really soft and tender =) Congrats!!

Julie

Yummy spread! Your bread rolls look great in the middle of all that. Great call on the cheese and chives, too!

Anne

the rolls look so soft and yummy!

Butta Buns

Mmmm, parmesan chive that sounds terrific! Your rolls look great and are such a nice pop-in-the-mouth size.

kellypea

They sure look great! But, you DOUBLED the recipe? Jeez. I can't imagine dealing with twice the amount of sticky dough. I would have had it slung on the ceiling!

Glenna

Thanks everyone for all your nice comments!

Fruittart

Oh, your rolls look just like I wished mine did. Obviously yours were touching for those nice soft sides, but how did you shape them? Teach me!

And I know I did this three times, but doubling the recipe? That would be like some sort of 50's horror movie -- The Mutant Potato Bread That Ate Springfield! (the woman looks over her shoulder, eyes widen in horror, she screams and faints to the floor!) *snort*

cupcaketastic

Oh, yum, these look like you bought them they are so perfect. And yes you have to be sneaky and hide the fibre.

chronicler

Your rolls look yummy!

Glenna

Fruit tart (Wendy?)--I just roll them and then kind of stretch them over themselves to get a smooth top surface. Kind of harder to verbally explain than it would be to show you.

There were a LOT of rolls but it was perfect for the family. Everyone got to take some home.

Cupcaketastic--LOL! Exactly. What they don't know is good for them.

Chronicler--Thanks!~

Mindy

Whoa ho- I love the tupperware container as a staging area- very avant garde. And I am astounded that you doubled the recipe- way to go!

Jenny

I'd wondered how you'd gotten your plain rolls to look white - you cheated and I love it!

Jenny

I'd wondered how you'd gotten your plain rolls to look white - you cheated and I love it! (okay, not DB cheat, but sneaky and where the heck can I get white whole wheat flour!)

Christina

Wait, wait -- you doubled the recipe? Wow! I guess it was a good thing since you were feeding a crowd and since you had a helper! Your rolls look wonderful, great job!

Molly loves Paris

Your rolls are great. How did you get them so tall? Did you use a smaller pan?

heather

beautiful rolls

Ivonne

Mmmm ... parmesan in the bread ... love that variation!

Glenna

Thanks for all the wonderful comments and support, y'all!

Andrea

That's great that you were able to bake with your niece. The rolls look beautiful!

Glenna

Thanks Andrea!

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