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Howard and Rachel
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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Monkey bread

 Today was the first day of General Conference.  As per tradition, we had monkey bread.  This time, Howard woke up early and started it.  It was ready when I finally arose to greet the world.  He followed the recipe on the biscuit package and the result was incredible. 



Look at the gooey yummy-ness.  This, with some milk.  Watching conference at home, listening to our leaders.  It was a good combination.  If anyone wants to tune in tomorrow, I think you can find it on www.lds.org.  or watch BYU-tv if you get it. 

7 comments:

Amy said...

I just put Pioneer Woman's cinnamon roll dough in the fridge. Can't wait for tomorrow!

Helen & Bill said...

I remember when Edie Brown told me about monkey bread back in the 80's. Our family loved it. Then Heather came over for conference when David was on his mission (i think) and she thought it was a conference tradition, and so it has become. Yummy and easy. Wasn't conference awesome?

Emma and Annie said...

Mmmm so yummy I can still taste it. Why do they call monkey bread monkey bread?

Rebecca said...

We will never have monkey bread for two reasons, 1)I don't like when my hands are dirty, 2) Mark does not like or care about it all that much.

Bec and Doug said...

Looks delicious... Too bad I didn't see it earlier or I might have watched conference at your house. All we had was gummy bears and pink wafer cookies (sugar free no less)...

CharlesMarkley said...

Someday, "a remnnant will return," but so far there's no itch needing to be scratched.

Glad that you guys like it though.

David and Heather said...

Wow, that looks soooo yummy Howard! Good work. We also enjoyed some Monkey Bread during conference. My little monkeys couldn't get enough of it. -One of my favorite Nelson traditions! :)