Thanksgiving Day

On holidays, I try to get the kids involved as much as possible, especially in the kitchen. This year, they helped make the dinner rolls for our Thanksgiving feast.

I made the dough before they got up, then they helped shape it for the final rise. This recipe calls for the dough to be divided into small portions, rolled out into a snake, then tied in a “bowknot”. We did a few bowknowts, then experimented with coils and other shapes. It was interesting to see how they came out after rising and then baking.






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