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Nigella's Bread with Warm milk comfort food

chalenegirl | Jan 23, 200707:36 PM     67

hi guys,

i was watching Nigella Feasts the other night and she made this dish that i have never seen or heard of before. it's basically: take bread, rip into smallish pieces, put in bowl, boil milk, pour over the bread with some white sugar (she used vanilla sugar). simple eh? she said that her mom used to make this for her and she grew up with it. i can see how this would be comforting and a nice treat at the end of the day, but have never had it myself. i have never heard of this dish before, and i don't think any of my friends have had it before either. i am wondering if other ppl eat this as well? or have i just been under a rock my entire life?? thanks!

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