Post-Exam Update (Garlic Butter)

The last exam is finally over. I hope I did well enough because I know it wasn’t great.

I ended up not going to reserve service. Hooray for me! Eight more days of actual life.

Now I just need to work on my final project for this semester and all will be well. Got three weeks to go, gonna get a read on it this weekend and start in earnest next week. Hopefully, we can be done rather quickly.

And just to make it a bit more interesting, here is something Maayan and me started doing because it’s so easy and tasty…

Garlic Butter

Requirements:

  1. 1 Large Israeli Garlic Bulb
  2. 150 grams of butter (Roughly, adjust according to taste)
  3. Salt
  4. One Oven
  5. Tin Foil
  • Total Time: Roughly 15 minutes of actual work. About an hour of waiting.
  • Total cost: About 8 Shekels (One garlic bulb costs next to nothing)

Proceedings:

  1. Take one garlic bulb and wrap it completely in tin foil
  2. Warm your oven to 180 degrees with the top section and circulation
  3. Shove the garlic in there and wait an hour. This might be a good time to let the butter out to melt.
  4. Take out the garlic, unwrap it and empty all the cloves into a bowl.
  5. Add the butter and mix vigorously.
  6. Add one half teaspoon of salt (also adjust according to taste) and mix again.
  7. Don’t over use. :)

We like this one because it might be unhealthy (82% fat in the butter) but we love butter so it’s incredibly tasty and quite easy and cheap to make. It probably has an expiration date (I would wager a week at the most) but we haven’t reached it thus far. :P


Posted in Life, Mixing by with comments disabled.