Baking Bread (part four)

Part four. Best Part. Time to eat.

Left rear plate has the sliced bread. Right middle plate has freshly roasted garlic. Left front plate has a mix of extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and freshly ground black pepper.

Step 1.

Break off a piece of bread.

Step 2.

Using a butter knife smear some of the roasted garlic on the bread. If you don’t feel like cleaning a knife, just grab the garlic bulb with your hand and squeeze some garlic onto the bread.

Step 3.

Dip the bread in the olive oil mixture. Swirling is absolutely permitted.

Step 4.

EAT.

Step 5.

Repeat until half to loaf of bread is gone.

Note: To really do this you need a glass of red wine, but I had way too much to do today to include that enjoyment.

Note: This bread is ideal for any soup, chowder, etc. It’s what’s known as a “crusty” bread.

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~ by Genevieve on 2011.06.19.

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