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Toffee air and Garlic butter toast

French bread turned in Garlic butter toast

French bread turned in Garlic butter toast

We are in the middle of having guests at home, making last minute Christmas treats, watching Christmas musicals and going to office. It’s been hectic but it’s only during this time of the year that it feels this way. Don’t you love it? Certainly why it’s called the most wonderful time of the year..I’m singing it as I write. The air at Home has a waft of toffee. It’s a potent mix of vanilla, cinnamon, apples, butter & eggs. It is sweet and smells of Christmas. I love it all but I needed to break this toffee atmosphere and so I turned this loaf of French bread into Garlic butter toast. Garlic butter and bread with salty olives on the side. A splendid toast in the midst of this season. Garlic butter toast Garlic butter toast What you need French bread Butter Garlic Method Step 1: Take a few pods of garlic, smash & chop finely. Step 2: Mix the chopped garlic with the butter. Add garlic to suit your taste. Step 3: Slather the garlic butter onto slices of bread. Step 4: Toast the bread & serve with preserved salty olives.

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4 comments on “Toffee air and Garlic butter toast

  1. ...shabab
    December 22, 2014

    Something unheard. Looking forward to try it in my next kitchen adventure.

    • Flora
      December 23, 2014

      I hope you like it 🙂

  2. Traditionally Modern Food
    January 14, 2015

    What a yummy snack

    • Flora
      January 16, 2015

      Thank you 🙂 🙂

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