With all the rush to get things done during the holidays it’s always nice to slow down and enjoy life a little. And simple really is better, especially in the case of these compound butters.
A post about compound butters isn’t exactly exciting or riveting, but perhaps this time of year we all need to be reminded to slow down and enjoy ourselves a little. Sit down and enjoy your homemade meal.
Our boys have started asking for stories near the end of a meal (this all started after having dinner with my parents a while back). They like to hear stories about when Mom and Dad were growing up or stories about when they were babies. Anything goes.
If there isn’t time to sit at the table for a longer time to include stories there is always time to go over their rose and thorn for the day. Their rose is what they liked about the day and the thorn is what they didn’t like. We’re lucky, they frequently say they don’t have a thorn for the day.
Sometimes the rose is the meal they are eating. Whenever I make cinnamon honey butter I can count on the boys being very excited about their meal.