Roar! Ran – I have this little tray just under my stove where you can toast stuff … so I would put my pair of bread there and when they’re brown I’d turn them over, wait til that side’s brownish as well, put the salted butter on top, wait until it melted, turn off fire and apply tons of honey. Sometimes I’d keep the fire and put them in again after the honey. Woohooo!
This morning I baked a piece of granny smith apple with the bread and butter … crushed it a bit (it’s not really that soft) and spread it (chunkily) just before the honey.
Yeah, honey and salted butter rules!
A friend of mine Dale makes the best banana spread with raw brown sugar on toast. This rules extremely well.
When she was thirteen, Tintin Wulia wished that Peter Pan would lose his shadow in her neighborhood, because she thought that Peter Pan was kinda sexy. Night after night, she would think a happy thought, wishing that Peter would find her if she could fly. Nothing happened – Tintin discovered that Peter had much preferred Wendy.
Two decades and almost seven years later, Tintin is still discovering many things. One, that Peter Pan is a fictional character invented by James Matthew Barrie. Two, that the fact that Peter is fictional doesn’t mean that he’s illusory. She is also discovering that, three, it is not a happy thought that one needs to be able to fly – it is, rather, the combination of a passport and a valid visa. And also, four, that the fact that one needs a passport and a valid visa to be able to fly is just shitty.