Upon first viewing this recipe, I saw that this was one creation of which I would like to make, though I must admit that I was very overwhelmed by the amount of ingredients and time that it would take to make it. Minutes, no, hours passed, and low and behold, here in my very own hands I held, yes, I, that is me, Guido, I, Guido, held my very own Selkirk Bannock! For the flavor I added little cherry-tomatoes as eyes and a pecan as a puckered lip (hehe, made me laugh to look at him). Anyhow, I later cut a piece of him with my favorite knife (which I like to call the "Galleto"), brought it to my lips, and touched it to my tongue. The flavor was of vinegar; the flavor was of salt; the flavor was of pure white sugar which I ground from the cane this morning; the flavor... was beautiful! I can verily understand why the Queen would have but nothing else with her tea!
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Upon first viewing this recipe, I saw that this was one creation of which I would like to...