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    National Cinnamon Bun Day

    We missed it! It is celebrated on Oct. 4 in Sweden. I am putting this on my calendar for next year. These yummies are worthy of celebrating. My wife is the baker in our house and I am going to persuade her to make a batch over the weekend. There is nothing like the smell of hot cinnamon buns coming out of the oven! Heavenly.
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    I got cinnimon buns in the fridge. better late than never.

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    Damn you SCI 55! Now I want a cinnamon bun so badly I can practically taste it!!

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    post pics. I like cinnamon buns but I like mine crispy. When I'm at cinnabon, the guy will leave mine in for an extra 5 minutes to get it crispier. With a glass of milk its awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtf View Post
    post pics. I like cinnamon buns but I like mine crispy. When I'm at cinnabon, the guy will leave mine in for an extra 5 minutes to get it crispier. With a glass of milk its awesome.
    Start from scratch!


    You will find a guide to preserving shoulder function @
    http://www.rstce.pitt.edu/RSTCE_Reso...imb_Injury.pdf

    See my personal webpage @
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    I just got back from grocery shopping and saw this post….sci55 you’re a cruel, cruel man. All I can think of now is a hot cinnamon bun, with a dab of real butter, in the morning. Just one. Or four. I’m a good cook but I am a lousy baker. An old b/f was a genius with pies, cakes and stuff but I never learned, even though he was a master baker.

    I hope you’re recovering well from the health issues you’d posted in August. Femur fracture etc. I’m new here and I hope I don’t come across as being too familiar but that stayed in my mind….heck of a lot for you and your Mrs. to contend with.

    Food is important in healing. A Southern Gentleman friend of mine suggested that I eat lots of gravy after orthopedic surgery. He said that thick gravy helps bones and tendons and things knit by kinda gluing them together. I couldn’t find anything in the medical literature about this, but I always felt better after eating anything with gravy. He also recently told me that lightly cooked okra, the really gooey kind, acts like collagen to unwrinkled wrinkles. I’m a little worried though to ask him about the cellulite on my…err…derriere.

    wishing you the best

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    Yes, a cinnamon bun warm with real butter and a big glass of milk.....Mmmmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avictoria View Post
    I just got back from grocery shopping and saw this post….sci55 you’re a cruel, cruel man. All I can think of now is a hot cinnamon bun, with a dab of real butter, in the morning. Just one. Or four. I’m a good cook but I am a lousy baker. An old b/f was a genius with pies, cakes and stuff but I never learned, even though he was a master baker.

    I hope you’re recovering well from the health issues you’d posted in August. Femur fracture etc. I’m new here and I hope I don’t come across as being too familiar but that stayed in my mind….heck of a lot for you and your Mrs. to contend with.

    Food is important in healing. A Southern Gentleman friend of mine suggested that I eat lots of gravy after orthopedic surgery. He said that thick gravy helps bones and tendons and things knit by kinda gluing them together. I couldn’t find anything in the medical literature about this, but I always felt better after eating anything with gravy. He also recently told me that lightly cooked okra, the really gooey kind, acts like collagen to unwrinkled wrinkles. I’m a little worried though to ask him about the cellulite on my…err…derriere.

    wishing you the best
    Don't blame the messenger, blame the Swedes. They started it. lol

    I will give the gravy a try. It makes as much sense as some of the other info I have been given. As for the okra, I will pass on that. The gooey stuff does nothing for me. It ranks up there with raw oysters! Maybe it is because I am originally from PA and not a blue-blood southerner. lol
    You will find a guide to preserving shoulder function @
    http://www.rstce.pitt.edu/RSTCE_Reso...imb_Injury.pdf

    See my personal webpage @
    http://cccforum55.freehostia.com/

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    Oh 55! I woke up thinking about cinnamon buns.
    Do you start at the end in a civilized manner and work your way to the sinful middle, or you do just dive in.

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