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November 24, 2011

It's Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! It isn't a good Thanksgiving meal until something gets burnt. It isn't a REALLY good Thanksgiving meal until something catches on fire! As pictured above, the burnt and recently caught on fire garlic bread made with Sloco locally baked bread, locally grown Barefoot Farmer biodynamic organic garlic and Italian parsley, local JD Milk home churned butter, and salt.

Recipe for burning bread
Put butter, garlic, parsley and salt on bread.
Toast in the oven for a few minutes.
Turn on the broiler for a few seconds to finish.
Forget the bread is under the broiler.
Do other things while bread is burning.
Look into the oven and see bread on fire.
Pull flaming bread out of the oven and douse with a soaking wet towel
Put smoldering bread out on the front step.
Turn fan on and fan all the smoke out of the house.
Laugh and enjoy.

1 Comments:

At 11/24/11, 1:18 PM, Anonymous brigitte said...

Next time i make garlic bread will remember that !!!! lol
Happy Thanksgiving anyway

 

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