Cinnamon rolls were always a real tradition in my family, growing up. We made them every Christmas, and the ritual was a cherished one. But I’m such a cinnamon-sugar, carb-loving fiend that I wanted this treat—or something very similar—more than just once a year. There’s nothing like the smell of a batch of cinnamon buns baking, filling the house! I happen to like
I’m willing to go out on a limb here (heh) and admit that my favorite of all the nuts is the pecan. So anything crusted in pecans appeals to me. The flaky, tender texture of Dover sole, a wonderfully delicate and versatile fish, finds a delicious contrast in the toasted flavor and crunchy texture of this simple pecan coating.