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Nothin’ Quite Like Hot Bread

Cheers to hot bread darling.

So I visited a restaurant this weekend called Nothin’ Quite Like Hot Bread.

My wife and I were seated, ordered drinks and reviewed the menu.

As we were deciding what to have from the menu, the server dropped off a basket of bread for us to enjoy.

Mmmm…. Nothin’ quite like hot bread indeed I thought as I went to open the basket.

However, the bread I grabbed was not hot at all. In fact, it was more like room temperature and had the consistency of flour.

I asked the server why the bread was flour and why it wasn’t hot; and was informed that they don’t bake any bread at all.

I then asked why is the name of the restaurant called Nothin’ Quite Like Hot Bread. Apparently they want their customers to really appreciate what hot bread is since they can’t order it at this restaurant.

Very odd.

So, my wife and I left and had dinner at our favorite restaurant, Nothin’ Quite Like Room Temperature Flour. They have the best hot bread in town.

Yum!

By James Miller

© 2012 James Miller

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About James Miller

James Miller is author of Basie & Paisley Children's Books, including "A Spider Lives In My Belly Button," "A Monstrous Smile," and "A Moose In The Basement."

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5 thoughts on “Nothin’ Quite Like Hot Bread

  1. hahah That is too funny. Sounds like quite the unexpected odd experience!

    Posted by Brianna's Happy Life | August 9, 2012, 9:10 am

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