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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Garlic and Herb Monkey Bread

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All my monkey bread experiences in the past have been with sweet monkey bread, so when I saw the recipe for this savory monkey bread, I had to try it. I LOVE garlic, and because rosemary is very plentiful at our house now, it was the perfect thing to try. I'm still a little warry about baking bread, mostly because I don't have that much experience with it, but it still turned out well. This is the kind of bread where you think, "Oh I'll just have a little piece," but before you know it you've eaten half of the loaf.

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