I could have sworn that I have written about "the bread", but I can't find it anywhere. Mom, Dad? Do you remember reading about it? Or do you just remember it?
It was Easter 2011. I made "the bread" to go with our dinner.
There was a moment of panic when the smell hit the kitchen. The bread was under the broiler and it smelled like it was burning.
I wasn't worried. It was doing exactly what it needed to be doing.
My mom said it was burning and I said, "No! That's the flavor!"
Hence, it is now known in our family as "the flavor". Not "the bread".
Since I never blogged about it (or at least can't find where I did) here's the link to that delicious recipe. Try it with your next dinner. Follow the instructions and wait. Don't get impatient like my mom. You definitely want "the flavor."
The reason why I'm telling you about the flavor bread is because PW blogged about another of her favorite breads. This post is actually older than "the bread" post. But she just reposted it and it was the first time I had seen it.
Check this out.
I have a feeling that this will be replacing "the bread" in our house. I will be trying this soon.
And, if you read through the recipe, don't fret. I read several of the comments and one urges everyone to use kalamata olives instead of the canned. I will definitely be using the kalamata.
And I promise to post Christmas pictures on here soon. I haven't forgotten.