Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Georgian Bread

Elizabeth Khan
I know all of you on this group will agree that's it's the best bread in the world. It's amazing how the taste and texture is the same for all these years. God knows how many cooks / bakers the recipe has been handed down to and all of them have managed to get it right on !
July 15, 2009

Does anyone have the recipe and the secret?
Yummmmm- thinking bout it makes me hungry- dip the thick in whatever we are drinking- tea or milk- remember dipping it in water when it was too dry!!
Those were the days.Someone asked me what bundies was- bananas.

July 15, 2009

Imran Sait
I have tried bread all over the world....and nothing is even remotely close to our Georgian Bread! You just cant beat it...! I'm sure if somehow we can market one will ever eat any other bread again!
July 15, 2009

Babu Rajasabai
There was a time in the seventies when we bought bread for .25 paisa from Nelly Clay our matron in Oakshott ....and how we used to share it down the banks with our sharing gang :) ...fond meories ... the bread was fab when it was coated with margerine and also the fresh peanut butter at teatime :)
July 31, 2009
Suresh Rajarethinam
Do remember words used in the dinning hall, Sixer- Crust of the bread, oldly- taking the mugs back to the hatch after a meal, 1st pick , jigs-peanuts, suji-bonda on thursdays, fried banthi's on fridays....
August 1, 2009
Nadir Sahib Abdul Muthu
Bread with rusum.... amazing taste.... handy when you need to get rid of cold or fever ;)

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