First he had to move all the dough into another pot (slimy business)
I wouldn’t really call him an expert at this, look at the mess he made. On the other hand, this is what it always look like when he cooks.
The she made him kneed the dough, roll the dough and well, do everything that made you remotely dirty with the dough.
When it was time for the unhealthy stuff Elin was all over it.
E – ‘Oliver, fold it really quick’
O – ‘Why do you say, fold it really quick and then do it really slowly?’
E – ‘Don’t question my baking skills’
More sugar, more butter and more of everything is the Rislöw way of baking
‘Hm, I’m not sure I approve, do all the dirty business for me but make sure you do it my way’
Tying buns onto knots is harder than it looks. Especially when I try my hands at it.
But the end result was delicious.
You might wonder what I was doing in all this? Well, photographing, eating and coming with little encouraging bursts of laughter when something went wrong of course.