Friday, May 20, 2016


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Don't try to find this in a local grocery store.  You can search high and low in Greensboro, Reidsville, Eden, and Danville.  It probably won't help.  I'm guessing it can't be found anywhere.  You will have to persuade a wizard to wave a wand or something to get a jar.  This is Tomato Spice Medley.  Good luck in your quest.

In this 8-oz. elixir is dried tomatoes, olive oil, garlic, salt, vinegar, onion, and 11 secret herbs and spices.  It sounds simple, but mix all the ingredients together and you get MAGIC.

The MAGIC makes a great pasta sauce all by itself or when mixed with fresh store bought tomatoes. Add it to your cheese and crackers for a fabulous treat.

Or try this...

Slice up some French or Italian bread.

Drizzle some extra virgin olive oil on the slices.

Add a dollop or two of the Magic Concoction to each slice.

Put some goat cheese on top of the Magic Concoction.

Put the slices into you oven for just a couple of minutes to warm up the bread.  Careful...don't overcook it.  The Magic Concoction burns easily and so will your bread.

When the bread is warmed, enjoy the Magic Concoction with a glass of wine and a towel on you shoulder.  Magnifique!

Assuming your quest for a jar will be futile and you are unable to conjure up a wizard, there is one other option...order a case of the MAGIC from the manufacturer in Santa Rosa, CA.  Be prepared to pay more than $7 per jar.  The shipping cost is horrible.  MAGIC does not land on your French bread cheaply.  If you find a jar (or a wizard), let me know.

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  2. You guessed it! Now find it on the shelf somewhere.