I am a sucker for accents. I find myself always admiring someone whenever that someone has an accent. I am in love with the southern accent. Whenever the men say “Ma’am” in that southern drawl, I find myself swooning in a non-romantic way. It’s just the accent is like music to my ears. And I think it’s adorable to have an accent. Other than the southern drawl that I hear almost every day, I find foreign accents nice too.
And my favorite foreign accent has to be the English accent. There’s just something in the way the words sound that makes you want to close your eyes and listen to whoever is talking with that accent. Some of my favorite actors have English accent. I just find it fascinating whenever they speak and the accent just comes out naturally.
The English accent reminds me of this old recipe from my Mom. Except that when it comes to this, I find myself closing my eyes because of the taste. It tastes really good with anything. At home, we eat this bread with butter and jams after toasting it a bit.
We also eat this with ham and eggs and even bacon. This is a pretty versatile bread. You can also dip this in soups. If only this bread can speak with an English accent, I will probably marry it. A recipe for this tasty bread can be found on the next page!
Photo and recipe courtesy of My Baking Addiction and Brown Thumb Mama.
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Quick Tip: Use plastic wrap when you cover the pan to let the dough rise.