Chai Cinnamon Rolls!
Blogging can be such a funny thing.
When it comes to writing recipes out, I have no difficulty putting words to paper... err, screen. I have my little hand scrawled notes on ingredients that made it into the dish, and I write down what I did to turn them into the food in the photos. It's very straightforward - "Do this. Then, do this..". Not a whole lot of thought or effort, I get kind of robotic about it.
When it comes to writing the blurbs that precede the recipes, sometimes I run into a bit of writer's block. For some recipes, I have a funny story, or recollection of something to do with that recipe, or I can wax poetic on one of the ingredients. It's more creative writing than the technical-type writing of the recipes themselves, so I kind of have to be in the mood for it.
However, here I am, with little to say about this recipe. I dreamed it up while I slept, woke, and made it a reality for breakfast. That's... about it. Don't get me wrong, it's fantastic - cinnamon buns are always great, and chai was always my most popular cake offering back in the day, of COURSE marrying the two will be fantastic - my brain is just elsewhere. I mean really, Convergence is just a couple days away, and I'm loading up a few blog entries to post in my absence, haha!
So yes. Make these. They're awesome. Excuse my lack of focus on this blurb ... Nerd Camp is almost here!
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