I don't think you understand just how important this is.  Imagine being tasked with something SO serious, you get nervous even thinking about embarking on the challenge. That's what I'm facing and I need YOUR help to get to the bottom of a very, very important issue as quickly as possible.

I talk about my little grandma on the air quite often. She's one of the most amazing women I know, played one of the largest roles in my upbringing, LITERALLY drove me to school every single day, preschool through the end of my high school years, and has never blinked an eye at rooting for me. She's one of those people that you may have in your life that has never been weak and never let you down. Once I took off to college, she began to snowbird to Texas with my aunt to get out of the cold and I'm lucky enough to get her back to myself in the summers here in Boise. Well, grandma is coming in hot next week and I'm facing a real task: this woman needs a cinnamon roll.

Ever since my childhood, she's had a sweet-tooth for ONE treat: cinnamon rolls. I'm picking her up from the airport on Monday night and I'll be dammed if I don't have a cinnamon roll ready for her first thing Tuesday morning. It's the least I can do!  The catch? I don't get my little abuelita mediocre, cookie-cutter, store bought cinnamon rolls. She only gets the good stuff and I don't even know where to start.

HELP.

Know of a great local spot with some homemade-style cinnamon rolls? Not too much frosting and not too dry?  Let me know where to get it below: