I think one of the hardest things a person could describe is taste. Let’s say you have the best sandwich in the world in your hands. You take a bite. The flavors you behold need to be shared. Look! Your friend Bob is standing right next to you. Now what do you do? Do you give him a bite of beauty you call a sandwich or do you say, “Bob, this sandwich tastes like a rainbow!” That’s why this bread will be so hard to describe.
In the very beginning I got to chop up rosemary. Rosemary is one of those things that you love or you hate. I personally love it.
Everything was fairly straightforward when it came to following the recipe.
The one highlight in making the bread was when I went out to a movie and came back and the dough had risen over the bowl!
It came out of the oven and unstuck wonderfully this time. From the aroma I could tell it would taste like magic. Following the instructions in the handy dandy cookbook, I put olive oil and sea salt on top of the golden brown crust. It gave the effect of an amazing pretzel.
I cut into one of the warm loaves and my mom, dad and I started to eat it. Things were said such as ‘Wow.’ ‘That’s so good!’ ‘I understand the salt now!’
Now for ten words that described the flavor of the bread: Astounding, delicious, divine, satisfying, aromatic, warm, comforting, savory, soft, exquisite.