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These are not for the weak of heart, or the weak of stomach, for that matter. They are spicy, and go well with lentils, or just about any thick bean soup.


This assumes you have some Apples of Strife on hand. If you don't, stop now and make some. This recipe will still be here next week.
Mix the mustard with olive oil until it thins out. Slowly add milk to the flour and baking powder until you have something that feels like it would stick if you winged it at a wall. Add the mustard mixture, and make sure you mix it in thoroughly, or your rolls may come out somewhat less than evenly mustardy. Roll the apples into the dough, and try for a fairly even distribution. Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Lump the dough onto a greased baking sheet in mounds the size of your fist. Bake until a wooden skewer comes out clean.