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Offline Obblie

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Things that I cannot resist
« on: Mar 16, 19, 07:47 PM »
We bake our own bread, albeit in a bread maker, and I/we cannot resist a suitably warm nobby end with butter melting into it.  :hungry1:

What do you find irresistible?

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Re: Things that I cannot resist
« Reply #1 on: Mar 17, 19, 09:09 AM »
I would imaging that melting butter on your nobbly end would be a tad messy :angel3:
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Re: Things that I cannot resist
« Reply #2 on: Mar 17, 19, 09:42 AM »
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Re: Things that I cannot resist
« Reply #3 on: Mar 17, 19, 10:48 AM »
Nice one Fred......... ;D

We, that is me, and she who runs my life, used to have a bread maker, but her attempts to make gluten free bread didn't really work, so the project was abandoned, and back to the shop bought (expensive) bread.
But the ordinary bread that was made, produced a wonderful smell of it baking, and indeed very nice when warm and spread with real butter, but hadn't though of applying it to the nobby end though.... :o
Perhaps I might be able to induce her to fishing it out of a cupboard somewhere, remove spiders and webs, and make some bread again..... ;D
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