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11/29/12

Rosemary Quick Bread


This recipe for Walnut Rosemary Oat Bread, which I found on the Whole Foods Website, is for a mix in a jar. While it would make a wonderful gift, it is too tasty just to give away. Make yourself a loaf of this savory bread, and a jar, or two for gifts.

The flavor is fantastic. It is one of those breads where you aren't tempted to spread butter on a slice, thinking it would enhance the taste. Nope, this quick bread is perfect just the way it comes out of the oven.  My only issue with baking, was running over to the oven, opening the door, and inhaling the amazing rosemary scent.


I added fresh rosemary in a flower pattern. After baking, the pattern was a bit wonky. Next time I think I will sprinkle rosemary all over the top.

The Rosemary Corn Muffins that I so adore, have met their match!


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12 comments:

  1. looks so good, I can smell it. thanks for linking up to Foodie Friends Friday. Your co host, Marlene from Nosh My Way

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  2. I have tons of rosemary in my garden still. I'm giving your bread a try this week. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I am hosting a giveaway on Dining With Debbie during the month of Merry, Marry Munchies. There are two giveaways, actually: (1) $50 gift certificate to my favorite jeweler, robinsonlane.com and (2) a signed copy of Kat Robinson's new book, Arkansas Pie: A Slice of the Natural State. I would love for you to enter and win one of these. Be sure to enter through rafflecopter. http://diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com/2012/11/2012-merry-merry-munchies-3-baked.htm

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  3. Thanks for linking in Lisa. Cheers

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  4. Wonderful looking loaf! would love a slice or two :)

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  5. That looks great!!!! Thanks for sharing at Meatless Monday!

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  6. Hi, Lisa! Oh, NOW I know who you are... Our Mrs. Magpie's friend! LOL! Well, thanks for visiting and entering my giveaway and for Following. I am your newest Follower too! ;) This bread looks delicious - I laughed when you mentioned putting butter on - I do the same to every bread I bake. I should try this one if it doesn't even need the butter! Take care, Lisa!
    Best,
    Gloria

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  7. Every so often I come looking for you, and I miss your writing! No pressure...just saying. :)

    I hope you're off doing something fabulous and wonderful and are just too busy for us all right now. Happy thoughts being sent your way!

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  8. Hi Lisa! I just wanted to pop over and let you know that I’m now a regular hostess for the BRAND NEW The Great Blog Train Blog Hop which is hosted by myself and two other ladies! I’d love for you to stop by and add a link to your wonderful blog! Thanks!!

    http://blueeyedbeautyblogg.blogspot.com/2013/01/new-great-blog-tain-blog-hop.html

    Helen
    Blue Eyed Beauty Blog
    Exercise Encouragement Group Blog

    P.S. That bread looks DELICIOUS!

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  9. I'm just waving hello again, cuz I wanted to. :)

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