Southern Time

Submitted by Christi


9 days to Spring!

I must apologize to those of you who stop by early. As much as I love daylight saving time, it takes me awhile to adjust. It seems the older I get the longer it takes to adjust. When I was a kid I don’t remember taking any time. Anyway, as my husband would tell you, it takes me awhile to wake up. He is such a sweetheart. He brings me coffee in bed every morning to help me wake up.

I was out on the back porch yesterday when my neighbor stopped by to chat over the fence. When I went back inside, I looked at the clock and was shocked that it was 5:30. I was just sure that it was only around 4:00!

I am giving myself around a week to adjust to the new time. Surely, by then, I will have been able to reset my clock. Hope y’all are adjusting better than me.

Today’s Lagniappe: Poppyseed Rolls
Mama gave me this one. Looks lovely and tastes great.

2 cans of flakey Grands biscuits
1 stick of butter, melted
2 teaspoons poppy seeds (more if desired)

Pour the poppy seeds into the melted butter. Dip each biscuit in the butter and then stand them on their sides in a bundt pan. Continue stacking the buttered biscuits on their sides all around the pan. Bake at 400 for around 18-20 minutes or until done. Cool for a few minutes and then invert the rolls out of the pan on to a pretty plate. How easy is that!


3 Responses to “Southern Time”

  1. Theresa@TakeASentimental Journey Says:

    Wow Christi, I love this easy recipe ! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. LdyDy Says:

    Thanks Christi for stopping by! I enjoyed some of your recipies…will stop by now and again.

  3. Southern Sunday Favorite Says:

    […] It is Sunday so that means a past favorite and something for the soul. I’m very blessed to have a talented, creative, Christian mother. Last March, she wrote a guest post telling about how she got a great recipe for poppy seed rolls. If you would like the poppy seed roll recipe, it was from an earlier post, HERE. […]

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