"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in
its net of wonder forever."—Jacques Cousteau

February 25, 2013

Feb. 24 – Sticky Bun Sunday

Ashley Marina (Charleston)

Sticky Bun Sunday is a tradition at Wild Flour Pastry that started about three years ago. They make over 200 each Sunday and usually run out before their 1:00 closing time. The Sunday morning line at WildFlour Pastry can stretch out the door and down Spring Street, but this morning we were lucky and only had to wait behind four or five other hungy patrons before we were able to get our hands on these wonderful Sunday morning treats. Sticky buns are a delightfully gooey (because it’s loaded with butter) sweet roll coated with cinnamon-sugar and topped with loads of pecans. It’s served warm, with an optional thick blob of creamy white icing on top. These hefty sweet rolls are over four inches wide…plenty for two to share and are a real bargain at $3 each. This may become a new Sunday tradition for us too!

WildFlour Patry
The wonderful sticky bun! 
It was a beautiful day with a wonderful moonrise over Charleston 

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