Travel Theme-Fragrant

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My Travel Theme for this week.

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A photo on wheresmybackpack was my prompt for this week’s challenge.

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Each morning when arriving at work, the night staff, or maybe some early arrivals of the day staff variety, will have had a toaster…somewhere in the building, working overtime just before I arrive.  The fragrance begins rather inocuously as above….two simple pieces of bread in electronic device.

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Once we get to this stage it is time to make a pot of tea.  We don’t drink as much coffee at home as we do at work.  Whatever your brew it is time to make it as a pot of tea takes time to ‘draw’ the flavour out of the leaves.

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Shortly after this is the result.  Some people will say this toast is over cooked, but my mouth is beginning to salivate just looking at my handiwork. 😉

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On my plate there is no turning back.  A variety of toppings, one which the rest of the world detests (Vegemite), and your day is beginning well…until one arrives at work and smells this beautiful fragrance all over again.

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Where’s My Backpack?: Travel Theme: Fragrant

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12 thoughts on “Travel Theme-Fragrant

  1. Because I do like to try new things, particularly when I travel, I did try vegemite while in Australia. I didn’t like it so it must be an acquired taste. I wrote my response this week about kimchee, a food I did eventually acquire a taste for and now love.

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    • It may look like apple butter, which I have never tasted, but I’ll bet it tastes nothing like it. Very much an acquired taste. Many people just have a scrape across their, personally I like it thick! My Canadian friends were polite and tried it early this year……but like many, that’s all they did.

      For a change I like raisin toast, or multi grain breads, which we call mouse bread. 😉

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