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Ahh Nuts ©
My six year old granddaughter, Reagan, looked at me Friday night at our weekly family dinner and said, “Pop Pop, what’s your favorite food”? It didn’t take me long to answer her question: “Nanny’s sticky cinnamon buns with pecans on top”! Ahh nuts…..those delicious pecans! For those of you who have ever traipsed through an airport and inhaled the irresistible aroma of Cinnabons ® baking (they should be outlawed as an addictive substance) you have a sense of what my wife’s sticky buns smell like but not what they taste like; for that you have to butter up a warm one and pop it into your mouth yourself……indescribably delicious!

My wife has been making these sticky buns for almost 30 years. I started thinking about how this process has evolved after Reagan’s question Friday night. It used to be that my wife did this all by herself; if fact, she used to get up early on Sunday mornings before church to knead dough and bake these buns for our breakfast as well as about five loaves of bread for the entire week. But recently it’s evolved into a team process: Mom and I would collect the pecans (we only have about six trees of our own but that’s usually enough to a provide for a whole year), mom would crack and shell them, I’d make the dough using a combination of fresh ground whole wheat and bread flour and Bess does the rest of the magic until that aroma starts wafting out of the oven. I’ll point you to the recipe at the end of the column.

But as we seniors know, nothing stays the same for long does it? The biggest change in this equation has been mom’s passing back in the fall; now I have to gather and crack the nuts by myself…..Aw nuts! (Please don’t think me irreverent toward mom; I loved and respected her for the 48 years we knew each other and especially this past year while she lived with us on the farm. Her zest for life, and especially great food was unquenchable. We miss her in so many ways, not just because she’s not there to shell the nuts anymore!

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