March 1, 2015

Eat-the-whole-jar Salted Caramel Sauce

With one of us American and one English, we joke about what accent our kids will have. English. I’m convinced. I will coach them. Waa-ter. Boot. Rubbish. That said, there are a few words that I prefer in ‘American’ than English. Carmel is one of them. It rolls off the tongue in the smooth way that it should, fully beating Caramel in the language battle. Whichever way you say it and whatever accent our kids end up with, this recipe’s a winner. My sweet cousin Hannah asked for it, which gave rise to a large batch appearing… to ‘recipe rest’ obviously.

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