Just Call Me Bruce

May 24th, 2010

My dearest friend Kendall shared this gem with me, it was a recipe from her childhood and has that lovely vintage comfort feeling to it – bolognese, garlic butter, cheese, bread – what more could you ask for on a cold winter’s night? I don’t know about you but it is always a struggle to come up with something good and tasty for dinner that is healthy, flavourful and delicious.  Kendall and I often brainstorm about “what’s for dinner?”  We both read a lot of cooking books and blogs and STILL have difficulty coming up with new dinner experiences.  I’m lucky in the sense I only have myself and Jason to feed but you guys with kids – man oh man – I take my hat off to you.  Kendall has two lovely kids and they LOVE Bruce so perhaps he can help you out…

Take a loaf of crusty bread and hollow it out (whatever you do don’t eat the bread bits you have just removed – as I did – there will be no room to eat anything else).  Spread some garlic butter (just butter mashed with a clove or two of garlic) on the inside of the bread and then fill with your favourite bolognese sauce.  Top with cheese and more garlic butter on the outside and bake at 180 degrees for as long as it takes to melt the cheese and brown the crust.  Serve with some greens.

Apparently this is good for lunch the next day but we had nothing left over. Ten out of ten!


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