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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
March 26, 2013 3:13 pm
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hot cross bunsHot cross buns…one a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns!  It’s just a song, and I remember pounding out the music on the piano a long time ago.  I never realized “hot cross buns” were an essential in some Good Friday traditions, until we had a discussion at lunch last week in our Central Region AIM office!  I learned on the internet, that people attributed almost magical properties to this centuries old traditional pastry.  Bakers kept one all year long to assure that their dough would rise.  Sailors would take them on long voyages to keep the boat afloat.   So I searched for a recipe and made some “hot cross buns,” which were delicious (although “crosses” on the tops of the buns almost got lost as the dough rose and baked) and we shared them with our neighbors for the holiday season.

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