Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Ina's buns

Did anyone catch Ina Garten on Good Morning America this morning? I normally turn GMA off as quickly as I possibly can because no one, and I mean NO ONE, should be that peppy in the morning and frankly I don't want to hear it. I need some time to wake up. But when I made my way out into the living room, preparing for my normal swan dive for the remote, I heard Ina's name mentioned and of course I was hooked. She was her normal cheerful self (I make an exception for morning cheeriness where Ina and Martha are concerned) and wowed everyone with her ten minute sticky bun recipe. I am absolutely making these babies soon. They looked great. And I love that you could hear the production crew moaning and groaning as she's serving up the goods.
You can find the recipe and a video of the segment here, and if you saw the segment and want the recipe for the Country French Omelet go here.

And boys, if you're looking for an easy way to impress your lady friends, give this a shot.

It's a slow day at the shop today. The rain will do that. I really want to be at home doing some baking right now and getting ready to paint. I'm stuck on color, though. Have you painted a room in your home recently and love the color? I'm up for suggestions. I'm making the transition from a very, very dark teal to a lighter color (green, perhaps?) but I'm not sold on anything. Ideas?

5 comments:

Good Girls Studio said...

mmmmm buns! How about you whip them up your spare time (hahhahaaa) & ship them to me : )

Kate said...

I'm right on top of that, Rose!

Melissa Mykal said...

We just painted my office / spare bedroom at home a medium green color, and we love it. It works well for a soothing office/bedroom but might be too dark for some room types. I just love green room though. :-)

by the way, this is Melissa from The Troy Book Makers, I just found your blog this week, and wanted to say hi!

Kate said...

Hi Melissa!!!

leah said...

our kitchen is bright green called watercress. i think we got it a passano paint in albany. it's so cheerful.