Monday/ three seed-rusks

rusk noun \ ˈrəsk \
a sweet or plain bread baked, sliced, and baked again until dry and crisp

biscotto noun bis·​cot·​to  \ bi-ˈskät-ō \ plural biscotti \ bi-​ˈskät-​ē \
a crisp cookie or biscuit of Italian origin that is flavored usually with anise and filberts or almonds —usually used in plural

[Definitions from merriam-webster.com]


I sometimes buy biscotti at Whole Foods, but they don’t always have it.
The best bet for me, when I want a special treat to dunk into my morning coffee, is to go to British Pantry in Redmond. They usually have some of Ouma’s rusks, an import from South Africa.

Ouma’s* ‘three seed rusks’. This box is going to be gone in a week .. or less. :). The box depicts storage of them in a traditional glass jar. And what are the three seeds? Pumpkin, sesame, and sunflower. The rusks come in a seedless buttermilk variety as well. 
*Ouma is Afrikaans for grandma.

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