Monday, August 6, 2007

Name that vegetable


Newsflash: A bit of culinary magic took place in the home a local Kingston resident.
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A nondescript vegetable was recently turned into a magical feast. Friends and neigbours marveled at the tasty combination of dried fruit, nuts and vegetables all harmoniously blended with a mouth-watering secret formula of sugar and spice.
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Butter lovers rejoice! Yet another tasty treat to top with luscious fresh creamery butter. A perfect excuse to gorge in gluttonous glee. This recipe is a winner and with a bumper vegetable crop it is likely that this Kingston neighbourhood will see more of this tasty "yoaf" in the near future.

3 comments:

Chris said...

do you need an oven for this recipe? do you think my bread maker could manage?

Balcony Babe said...

Bread maker might work. I have tried making sweet breads in my machine and they taste pretty good but the texture is a little weird. You might try getting a toaster oven or counter top convection oven. They bake well and are great for late night snacks like nachos with melted cheese. MMMMMM cheese.

Chris said...

good suggestions - those types of things cost $100 to $300 depending if new or second hand. problem is my tiny kitchen doesn't really have space for another appliance - and I'm a bit reluctant to buy one more thing that I'll have to then re-sell or give away when I leave Seoul. ... hmmm, but then again - YOAF?!