Recipe for being left alone
The stench of life can be as unbearable as the stench of death, but sometimes one can reap the benefits of a malodorous breath. Today at work, for example, I am living in a bad-aired bubble, a hermetically-sealed halitosis zone where anyone approaching me with work-related intentions is quickly repelled.
You too can get your own personal bad breath bufferzone, with Mrs Powersurge's patent homemade garlic bread.
Ingredients Four pieces of pitta bread Olive oil 4 cloves of garlic
Lightly toast the pitta bread within a toaster. Remove the toasted pitta and pour lashings of olive oil onto the surface. (You may be required to disect the pitta into two equal surfaces thus removing the internal cavity, though I'm not entirely sure. Bugger. Might be worth making a test piece first.) Chop the cloves of garlic and sprinkle onto the pitta. Place it within a pre-heated oven at 200 degrees Celsius and leave it for, erm, a while.
Eat as a fantastically garlicky and crunchy snack or a tasty compliment to any meal.