This recipe was one of the many devises I blatantly used to impress Linda at the beginning of our relationship. She, being a brilliant cook, would lay the table with the most incredible meals so I decided to pull out the old, ”How about this?!” card. I brought my starter from Oregon to her place in Colorado and set to work. The process had pluses at every juncture. The unique odor of the activated starter first thing in the morning set the plan in motion. With the kitchen as my stage, I made the most out of the mixing and kneading and setting it to rise. The entire section of getting them rolled and into the dish to rise again was observed with my hoped for, reaction. The coup de gras was the smell of the rolls baking. The deal was sealed when she tasted the first roll, toasty warm, fresh from the oven. So have at it you all. A definite pleaser from start to finish.