This post is for anyone that is interested if what those squares at the sticky bun stand are called. They are called Moravian Sugar Cakes. I went to the Sticky Bun and their baked goods stand at market today to see what they were. I purchased 2 (one for me and one for Steve). It has been about 9 years since I have eaten Moravian Sugar Cakes and had forgotten in my post at Reply 1651 http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,21559.msg240982.html#msg240982
what the Moravian Sugar Cakes were called when I was trying to recall what the butter, cinnamon, white sugar Detroit style pizza I made from Craigís recipe tasted like. Dang, my memory must sure be getting bad that I canít recall what those squares were called about 9 years ago.
It can been how cheap those squares are. They were just as I had remembered them and were quite delicious. They have dimples placed in the dough that has more of the cinnamon and sugar, or either the cinnamon and sugar ends up that way from the dimples. I believe they also brush them with butter, but am not sure. I think it can be seen in the background how big the Blodgett ovens are that they bake their sticky buns in and also their other baked products.
Steve and I tried a Detroit pizza with butter, cinnamon and white sugar today. Steve also really liked this pizza. I guess someone wouldnít need to add as much butter, cinnamon and sugar like I did for a Detroit style for them to be more like the Moravian Sugar Cakes.
The last picture is a slice of the Detroit style pizza we made today.