He headed off into the kitchen and came back a few minutes later, "What if I make a special kind of biscuit?" I wasn't sure what he meant and asked him what he was talking about. To which he replied, "I want to make something special, but I don't think I'll eat all of it. So will you have some?" I knew at this time I wasn't going to get anyone information out of him, I let him know I trusted him, and we try whatever he decided to make.
He went back into the kitchen and told me I was banned from entering so I wouldn't ruin the surprise. After 15 or so minutes he came out presenting my surprise.
A cinnamon biscuit. He'd taken the biscuit dough and but honey, cinnamon, and sugar on top and it was pretty amazingly good. After I had my first one I went back into the kitchen for seconds. Out of the can of biscuits he made 3 of them cinnamon biscuits. He took a bite of one, and said I was welcome to have the rest of the cinnamon biscuits since he's not a big dessert fan. "But why did you make them if you didn't actually want to eat them?" I asked him. His response, "I was bored." As long as I'm able to benefit from this boredom I'm a fan!
Are you a big fan of baking when you're bored? Or if you do enjoy baking when do you enjoy doing so?