Thursday, August 29, 2013

Cinnamon Nut Roll Coffee Cake Redux

EVERYBODY (every Buddy) BAKES


After a harrowing kitchen experience – thrice unlucky - followed by a resounding success, I shared my Cinnamon Nut Roll Coffee Cake with the Bread Baking Babes and, as is the tradition, invited others to bake along with us and earn their Buddy Badge. Not to mention allowing others to have such a fabulous yeasted coffee cake in the kitchen. And from what I have heard, there wasn’t coffee cake in the kitchen for long! This is the kind of treat that disappears in no time at all, it is that good!
So, without further ado, here are this month’s Bread Baking Buddies and their own Cinnamon Nut Roll Coffee Cakes:









Kelly of a Messy Kitchen











Karen of Karen’s Kitchen Stories











Claartie of Claire’s Baking Journey












Carola of Sweet and That’s It










Louise Persson





Thank you all for baking this scrumptious yeast Cinnamon Nut Roll Coffee Cake with me and the Babes this month and congratulations on earning your Buddy badge!

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And I leave you simply with some photos of my latest stroll through my city Nantes.


 Mais oui! Voyage à Nantes leads to a very French burger!



A seafaring life in Nantes... along the Erdre River.

We do not mention this to Marty.

 Beautiful interplay between stone and flora. Just look up.

 Angels over Nantes.


 Passage Pommeraye. 

Voodoo. 

11 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Beautiful coffee cakes and lovely pictures of Nantes!

Cheers,

Rosa

Rossella said...

Wonderful recipes and pics from Nantes, what can I desire more?!

Rambling Tart said...

The lighting in the Passage Pommeraye shot is wondrous. :-)

Meeta K. Wolff said...

I love it when you have cake and pictures of Nantes to share. I usually brew my coffee and pretend we are sitting together and enyoing a chat and your special treats! I've missed you and need to play catch up on all your posts. xo

Jennifer Field said...

I need to make this guy. That is all.

Maureen | Orgasmic Chef said...

How clever they all are and I agree, don't tell Marty. He'd been offended.

I love those photos!

Amanda said...

I'm going to resist making this cake Jamie - my hips just don't need it & I'm about to go on another international foodie jaunt where I'm sure I'll eat too much.
Thanks for these gorgeous photo's of your lovely town. I wish that we would have time to get there while in France in January.

Asha Shivakumar said...

Love coffee cakes, I do. The pictures are so good.

Barbara Bakes said...

Such a beautiful bread. I wish I'd had time to bake along. Your city is beautiful.

Baking Soda said...

Ah.. ze french (h)amburgeeer! (think Leslie Nielsen...)

Great pictures and yes of course a lovely cake and roundup

Jill @ MadAboutMacarons said...

Each time I see your lovely Nantes pictures, Jamie, I want to visit it SOON. It's about time. Also about time I made a cinnamon cake, but scared I'd eat it before it gets to the table!

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