Tutti frutti bread is a yummy treat.You can have it with butter or just as it is.With or without tea,it is great for a snack.Tutti frutti or colorful dried papaya bits take baking to the next level.You can make a cake,biscotti, or yummy ice cream too.We love baking with them.I always,end up eating them raw too, while baking with them.
Tutti frutti memories
Bread or pav has been an integral part of Mumbai culture.Countless cups of Irani chai at Goodluck cafe and gupshup with my best friend near Mt Mary. Ah what days!Down south,bakeries always served fresh food.I loved going to Iyengar bakeries.Best part was they were eggless. Hot trays of Dilkhush buns or Dilpasand and patties lined small shops.
Tutti frutti bread is special to so many!
I always remember the fresh bread from Brown bakery too.Wrapped in brown paper fresh,and with no plastic used.There is something special when bread bakes.
Always loved the smell of fresh bread while passing through the bakery.
My dad would always stop his car and get fresh bread for us from Brown bakery in those crispy brown paper.It still is one of my best food memories.Simple pleasures while growing up in the quaint coastal town of Vizag.
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