Here at the Food on Fridays carnival, any post remotely related to food is welcome—it doesn’t have to be a recipe. If you just want to post photos of your garlic press, that’ll do just fine.When your Food on Fridays contribution is ready, just grab the broccoli button (the big one above or smaller option at the bottom) to paste at the top of your post and join us through Mr. Linky.Here’s a Mr. Linky tutorial:
Write up a post, publish, then return here and click on Mr. Linky below. A screen will pop up where you can type in your blog name and paste in the url to your own Food on Fridays post (give us the exact link to your Food on Fridays page, not just the link to your blog).You can also visit other people’s posts by clicking on Mr. Linky and then clicking participants’ names–you should be taken straight to their posts.Please note: I return when possible during the day and update this post by hand to include a list of the links provided via Mr. Linky. If I can’t get to the computer to do so, you may access them all by clicking on the Mister Linky logo.
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Food on Fridays with Ann
We’re attempting to eat more simply during Lent.But from what I understand, during Lent (and throughout the year), every Sunday is like a mini-Easter. I take this to mean we can enjoy a mini-break and prepare a mini-feast.For our little feast, I followed the recipe for cinnamon rolls shared just last week by Inside the White Picket Fence.We highly recommend you try it yourself.They didn’t rise very much, but when I put them in the oven, they puffed up nicely.I need to mix the icing better, but the lumps didn’t hurt the overall taste.The kids were nervous about heading into Lent.After Sunday’s cinnamon roll feast, they’re ready for it to last all year!