March 29: Let the Isaiah Days begin! I knew that "treats when we read Isaiah" would come back to haunt me this year: treats every day through the end of April! (cinnamon rolls)
March 30: Fundraising auction for the church teens. (lemon cake, chocolate layer cake with cook illustrated's malted chocolate frosting)
March 31: Colored 2-1/2 dozen Easter Eggs! (note that I color mine raw and use them in baking)
April 1: End of the third quarter breakfast tomorrow - time to use those eggs! (lemon cake, as requested by the class, and egg casserole, not requested and unfortunately not eaten by the class)
April 2: Car is in the shop. Must work from home. Might as well make something with yeast that has to raise. Something that requires lots of eggs and butter and 2-1/4 pounds of chocolate for three loaves. Besides, the Isaiah festival continues for a few more weeks... (chocolate babka - prettier photos and more instructions for forming it here; for what it's worth - it's good, but still not as good as Green's Chocolate Babka)
April 7: Hanging out with my parents for the birthday/Easter weekend. (cinnamon rolls, maple rolls, dinner rolls)*
April 9: Still at parents - need to send goodies to grandma and to the oldest AZ boy who is serving a mission in CA. (pinwheel cookies and world peace cookies)*
April 11: Helping out with an after-funeral meal. (Tunnel of Fudge cake - haven't made it since I was 10, and in utter fear that it wouldn't turn out, decided to make Silver Palate's applesauce cake with browned butter frosting)
Not bad for a single woman with no kids...
*note: stuff made at parent's house doesn't count against my flour and eggs supply, but the list is way more impressive if I include it.