So I cut them into slices, drizzled olive oil on them and toasted them in oven under the broiler.
And then sliced the pear into somewhat thin slices.
When the bread was done toasting (and man doesn't it look good?), I moved them to a plate so they would cool faster.
I added the pears next and had to stop myself from stuffing them all in my face.
Amazing right? Of course they are! I ate all but two, you know, so Matt could try them too.
To get the full recipe you can check out the Martha Stewart website!
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