The Traditional September Kalacs

We remain faithful to our New Year's Resolution, and wandered just east of the Iron Curtain this month to make Kalacs, which is a Hungarian Cinnamon Roll. It's been quite autumny and rainy here in Michigan for the last week (after not raining at all for 6 weeks), and so we pulled out the space heater to help the bread rise.
Overall, this ranks up there with the naan as one of our most successful breadmakings. Very, very yummy. The recipe makes 2 good sized loaves, and we are still enjoying them. This will definitely be made again, likely when we are back on the same side of the Atlantic as the bread's home country. No, Eric never had bread like this when he sojourned in the land of paprika and Liszt, but if he had, he would have remembered it.