Thursday, April 16, 2009

Yummy Shadows

A sticky shadow appeared this week during our Bread Making Class with Catherine!



This Thursday we had our bread making class. Catherine shared her recipe...however....


We were sworn to secrecy!


No-knead bread so delicious.....


Just cut off what you need....






Then put it on a pan...cut some slices into the bread on top....then bake - just how simple was that? well.....how about a topping:










Olives, Rosemary and butter {well...smart balance butter....got to be healthy ya know!}

Mix it all in your food chopper and it will look something like this......

Try it out for yourself {we are allowed to share this recipe!}

Olive, Walnut & Rosemary Butter
1 cup Kalamata Olives
1/2 cup toasted walnuts
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 Tablespoon Fresh Rosemary
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 cup butter

Spread it on that freshly baked bread....just look at it melting right away....go ahead - help yourself while you enjoy more yummy shadows at Hey Harriet!

22 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Those are indeed yummmmmy shadows! Thanks for sharing, gonna have to give it a try!

Sweet Repose said...

Oh, your killin me...I'm trying to cut carbs and you show us this delectable bread...and easy to make too...drool...

Donna said...

Oh my gosh! Looks delish. Thanks for the recipe!

Hugs,
Donna

Greyscale Territory said...

Adore the scents and taste of warm bread fresh from the oven! Mouthwatering!

Jeri said...

Mmmmm, sounds great, looks great, now if we could only TASTE it!!!

Gallery Juana - ギャラリー ワナ said...

Yes, I am drooling too over home-baked bread!

Shannon said...

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM..... Makes me want to bake some bread!

Hey Harriet said...

Yummo! I love fresh home-baked bread. That was such a tease to not share the recipe! Oh well, at least you shared the recipe to that delicious sounding topping. So I'll not hold a grudge :D

Hot Fudge said...

Well, how unfair is that - you tease us with images of the most delectable bread and then say the recipe's a secret! Maybe it's just as well, as I am trying to burn off all the extra weight put on over Easter. (But I'd still love the recipe ... grovel).

Paz said...

Yummy shadows indeed! Now I'm hungry, too. ;-)

Paz

Rosebud Collection said...

Sorry you can't give the recipe for the bread out, but I respect that..We always make bread. I like simple and tasty..Good pictures and topping recipe..happy SSS..

maryt/theteach said...

Delicious bread and butter! Yummm! :)

Lisa's RetroStyle said...

OMG...that spread looks sooooo good!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe for it! I would try to weasel the bread recipe out of you but am probably too lazy to use it. Luckily I have a bread machine. My bread doesn't come out as pretty as that loaf...but still tastes good and will really taste good with that spread on it!!

Can you tell I love fresh baked breads...and spreads! I've almost forgotten I came here to see your shadow shot.

Nice shadow shot! Is it rude of me to say that it was upstaged by the finished product?! lol:}

twobarkingdogs said...

Great photos! and, thanks a whole lot ... now i'm starving for some fresh bread!!

I made some yesterday -- Irish brown soda bread. Yum!!

whizkid said...

Yum!


*goes back to main page and starts to drool again*

Laurie said...

Fun sticky shadow shot!!! :) YUM!!!

MyMaracas said...

Looks delicious! Wonder what its shadow tastes like...

M.Kate said...

Great shadow and thanks to you, there goes my diet for the next 2 hours...happy spring :P

ahab said...

I wish my shadows were quite so appetizing! Yours is absolutely delicious looking!

Ms. Tee said...

Oh my - it looks so good! That's my kind of bread recipe - no kneading. :) Yummy!

ramblingwoods.com said...

This is a really unique SS. I haven't made bread in a long time and I used to enjoy it...maybe it's time to make some again...

JudyBug said...

Oh my! That bread looks so delicious. I swear I can smell it!
JudyBug

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