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Sally Lunn Brown & Serve Rolls***Recipe***

Fantastic , no knead yeast rolls you can make ahead and refrigerate or freeze, then brown and serve!
The most wonderful dinner rolls, very light with a slight crispy crunch top. Spread with a liitle butter and boysenberry jam, instant dessert! I have been baking these for many years now, and everyone asks, where did you get these rolls? Destined to be a Fav

*****Just a little fun history of the 'Sally Lunn' if you are in the mood to read:

SALLY LUNN~~~~Ms Johnson had arrived in Bath a few years earlier with her daughter, a violin teacher, and for a while they traded from premises in the Abbey Court Yard. At that time 4 North Parade Passage was a grocer's, having previously been a lodging house and cab hire office. The grocer's closed in about 1934 and the building fell into a derelict state. This claim can be contested though by the finding of the various ovens / ranges used to bake buns found in the basement of the house which also acts as a museum now.

Two or three years later Ms Byng-Johnson published a little pamphlet in which she describes finding, in a hidden void naturally, the story of Sally Lunn and the secret of the bun. Despite chancing upon this absolute treasure of historical record, she contrived to lose it, so there is no proof that it ever existed.

The recipe for this bun is said (by the Byng-Johnsons) to have originated in Bath with the arrival in 1680 of a Huguenot immigrant called Solange (Sollie) Luyon who (according to the Byng-Johnsons) brought her native skill and worked at a Bath bakery. A fictional account, Sweet Sally Lunn, tells this story and makes pleasant reading.

The building is now known as Sally Lunn's House and can be visited today with the original recipe buns available for sale or consumption in the 3 dining rooms.
Sally Lunn buns were certainly consumed in Georgian England but whether the name "Sally Lunn" refers to an individual is questioned by many. A widely cited alternative version is that the name is derived from "soleil lune" or "Sol et Lune" due to the shape and colour of the buns; but it may simply be rhyming slang for the word "bun". There is a reference in Charles Dickens (1812–1879) short novel The Chimes, about a drear evening as "the sort of night that's meant for muffins. . . Likewise crumpets. Also Sally Lunns
This bun or bread recipe also became a favorite in the American Southern colonies.

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Sally Lunn Brown & Serve Rolls***Recipe***

Fantastic , no knead yeast rolls you can make ahead and refrigerate or freeze, then brown and serve!
The most wonderful dinner rolls, very light with a slight crispy crunch top. Spread with a liitle butter and boysenberry jam, instant dessert! I have been baking these for many years now, and everyone asks, where did you get these rolls? Destined to be a Fav

*****Just a little fun history of the 'Sally Lunn' if you are in the mood to read:

SALLY LUNN~~~~Ms Johnson had arrived in Bath a few years earlier with her daughter, a violin teacher, and for a while they traded from premises in the Abbey Court Yard. At that time 4 North Parade Passage was a grocer's, having previously been a lodging house and cab hire office. The grocer's closed in about 1934 and the building fell into a derelict state. This claim can be contested though by the finding of the various ovens / ranges used to bake buns found in the basement of the house which also acts as a museum now.

Two or three years later Ms Byng-Johnson published a little pamphlet in which she describes finding, in a hidden void naturally, the story of Sally Lunn and the secret of the bun. Despite chancing upon this absolute treasure of historical record, she contrived to lose it, so there is no proof that it ever existed.

The recipe for this bun is said (by the Byng-Johnsons) to have originated in Bath with the arrival in 1680 of a Huguenot immigrant called Solange (Sollie) Luyon who (according to the Byng-Johnsons) brought her native skill and worked at a Bath bakery. A fictional account, Sweet Sally Lunn, tells this story and makes pleasant reading.

The building is now known as Sally Lunn's House and can be visited today with the original recipe buns available for sale or consumption in the 3 dining rooms.
Sally Lunn buns were certainly consumed in Georgian England but whether the name "Sally Lunn" refers to an individual is questioned by many. A widely cited alternative version is that the name is derived from "soleil lune" or "Sol et Lune" due to the shape and colour of the buns; but it may simply be rhyming slang for the word "bun". There is a reference in Charles Dickens (1812–1879) short novel The Chimes, about a drear evening as "the sort of night that's meant for muffins. . . Likewise crumpets. Also Sally Lunns
This bun or bread recipe also became a favorite in the American Southern colonies.

Recipes are step by step instructions complete with a Photo, PDF Files
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