Sunday, March 27, 2011

What can you do with $1?

When the economy is down, people become more price conscious.  Advertisers often use price to attract sales.  There are ads showing you how to prepare family meal for less then $10, you can collect sales coupon to buy a second cup of coffee for $1.... etc.  Businesses are trying to capture as much sales as possible during the tough time as consumers spending power drops.  When everything seems  becoming more expensive, what can you do with $1?  I bought 4 large apples the other days and it cost over $1 each and $1 couldn't even pay for a packet of crackers.  Then I saw this baked-at-home Vienna loaf for only $1, I grabbed it, baked it and tried to make this $1 product as delicious as it could be.

Garlic and Cheese Baked Vienna Loaf              
Thaw the bread and bake it at a 180c oven for about 7 minutes, then score a few lines onto the bread, stuff in butter and garlic mince between each gap, sprinkle some dried basil, mozzarella cheese over the top and return the bread into the oven and bake for another 10 minutes or until the bread turns brown.  Tear the bread into big pieces and sprinkle some feta cheese crumb and sweet chilli sauce.

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