Easter supper was celebrated this past Saturday here at the farm. It was a better day for all family members to get together before starting a new week, however it knocked this PFO off her groove.
Though it was a thought in the mind of some of the grown children not a word was mentioned. Nancy’s post on her blog, Two Trails One Road, was a reminder that something important had been forgotten.
Posted Easter day, April 1, 2018, her blog jogged the foggy memory of this farm gal. That was only after reading it today, April 4, 2018. Just the same, Easter morning found no freshly made Danish Pastry waiting for the hungry crowd. Truth is, it was totally forgotten. Never even thought of. Sometimes cliches hit the nail right on the head— making the pastry fell right threw the cracks of this farmers’ plans.
No sooner had Nancy’s post been happily read did it hit home. In a hurried rush were things flying about the kitchen to make the “We have had it every year for forever,” tradition danish. What a blessing the recipe is straightforward and turns out very well every time.
The almond flavoring gives this pastry a surprisingly nice and different flavor. Toasted almonds are used also for they have a nice full flavor, and look very pretty as the topping on this family Easter Tradition Danish Pastry.
Now life can move onto the next exciting moment. Thank you, Nancy, for your reminder.
Know the farmer. Know the farm.
Homemade is best.
Nancy’s blog site: twotrailsoneroad.com