on March 3, 2011
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This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Made and blogged about this a few weeks ago when I didn’t participate in gnocchi parisienne. But have something else up my sleeve tomorrow in the same shape!
Made the Ispahan Loaf Cake this week to stay with the “loaf” theme. I assume this recipe will not make it to our regular rotation. Took some time to source all the ingredients but well worth the effort! Rose and raspberries in a sophisticated French cake. So pretty and girly too.
Post will be up Friday midnight Eastern time.
Loved this! It was a great use of my cheese odds-n-ends.
Loved this one! I’ve been heating it up all week for breakfast. Yum!
Very delicious. http://soupaddict.wordpress.com/2011/02/22/savory-cheese-and-chive-quick-bread/
Is there a reason we are posting on Thursday this week?
Posting early because family is in town!
I love breads! This savory, cheesy bread goes into the make again file!
Just out of the oven, and I’ve just cut off a sliver for myself – heaven! I used Comte, scallions, and toasted walnuts.
Delicious. Simple can be good, too!
Super yummy!! Loved all the melty cheese! http://www.stephsbitebybite.com/?p=1461
We enjoyed ours with a bowl of corn chowder. I really enjoyed this week’s recipe.
We had a cabbage potato soup tonight and this was the perfect bread to go with it.
My very FIRST French Friday! What a delicious recipe – I will definitely make this again.
Bacon cheddar chive bread. So good!!
This was good! I used cheddar, chives and no walnuts. It was delicious with fish chowder.
Yummy Yummy Bread!
I’ve been late every time so this time I’m early. I really like this one, it tasty and fun to share.
A quick recipe that yields lovely results: http://onewetfoot.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/ffwd-savoury-cheese-and-chive-bread/
I loved it … my coworkers loved it … the Wondermutt loved it … it was definitely a raging success and I can’t wait to make it for a brunch buffet
It’s not easy being green… but it is quite tasty!
Quick bread is the best kind.
It appears I’m a minority of one! This was not my favorite recipe. Looking at all the rave reviews, I’m wondering if I screwed it up…oh well! Here’s my story and I’m sticking to it! http://myrubyshoes.com/category/french-fridays/
I turned mine into muffins!
I agree with Anne-Marie – this was not my fave. Beautiful but boring.
I liked this savory quick bread recipe and made muffins.
I love to make quick breads and this was so unusual and interesting (to me at least!)
Wow everyone is up early leaving their links!
This bread is yummy!
I am super excited about this and am planning to bake this tonight , it got pushed all these days coz i had planned to do a step by step post which certainly doesnt happen after sunset :-)
It will live in more than jus a few hours if i bake it tonight here, http://brightmorningstarsfoodie.blogspot.com/
Have to go pick fresh garlic chives from my little kitchen garden.
Your blog is so much fun…you do such a great job! And your baking is so beautiful and always has a special touch. See your bread later.
Here’s my link!
I doubled everything to prevent blandness!
Another winner ~ Great flavor and texture!
Finally back to ffwd…
I thought this was really great, can’t wait to try some variations!
Bread as a bundt? Don’t mind if I do!
Smoked Cheddar, Chive and Walnut, plus another savory bread and cocktail cookie I love…Happy Friday!
I used cheddar – loved it!
Enjoyed this recipe! Quick, easy and tasty!
Couldn’t have been any easier!
Here is mine http://cookingluciacara.blogspot.com/2011/03/savory-cheese-and-chive-bread.html
A comparison with another version from David Lebovitz…
Easy and delicious!
We looooved this one! :)
Used gruyere and chives. Next time will add more of these to make more flavorful. Also, will add a bit more salt. Even with these additions for next time, we thoroughly enjoyed the bread. Cut into strips and enjoyed with a glass of champagne one night, then with chicken stew another night. Very easy to throw together.
This is a great bread. I made it to go with soup one night. Later that evening we munched on it with wine! What a great combination! I used gruyere and emmental cheese. I was sad to eat the last piece! I will be making this again.
Forgot my link!
Thought this bread was delicious! Made an extra loaf for my friends. Very dense, so one slice goes a long way! I used parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Haha! Actually a very delicious combo.
I used Gouda and Pecorino Romano and made the bread into muffins! Delicious!!:)
Subbed olives in place of “cubed” cheese! Seriously good bread. Could have eaten the whole loaf myself!
I used scallions instead of chives. I thought I would taste the cheese more than I did, but I loved the scallions and walnuts. I even made two loaves to give away as gifts.
My first time, I hope I’m doing the link up the right way! I made a tartine with smoked trout and another one with turkey, both were delicious.
These are yummy. No more cornbread at my house, this bread will be my new go to recipie.
I really liked this the second day with an egg for breakfast. http://kittysthoughts.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/savory-cheese-and-chive-bread-ffwd/
Mine is in the oven now. Sorry – don’t think my post will get done today because I am taking one of the loaves as a birthday gift for a friend in a little while to her birthday lunch. I used cheddar and grana padano, fresh chives, fresh thyme, and some of Dorie’s wonderful roasted red peppers that I had leftover. Will report back when it’s done with a post and results.
Better late than never – here’s my post and pictures:
Oops, forgot to leave my link this AM…this was cheesy and delectable~
Sadly, not my favorite. Perhaps I should have followed Dorie’s advise and chilled a nice bottle of wine and had a glass (or 4!) with this.
It wasn’t for me, thought it needed a little something extra. http://gingerbreadcake.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/french-fridays-with-dorie-savory-cheese-and-chive-bread/
This was a pleasant surprise – I really enjoyed it:
Here is my bread!
I used walnuts, sun-dried tomatoes, and scallions along with the cheese.
I love quick breads and savory ones are harder to find … this one is lovely.
Another quick one. Yay! I used Dubliner cheese with parsley and scallions.
I made 2. One with gruyere walnuts and scallions. One with cheddar bacon and chives. Two neighbors rang the bell to find out what smelled so good. Corn chowder salad and slices of bread for dinner. Perfect.
Wonderful and surprisingly easy- a delight !
Here’s my post: http://wp.me/pwL3l-vN
Delicious, simple bread.
I made two versions this week…trying the one with the bacon, blue and dried pears…plus a bonus spinach feta yeast bread:
Have a nice weekend!
Savory Cheese & Chive Bread ~ I can’t have walnuts, so I used roasted Pine nuts & pinch of Cayenne with the Gruyere & Chives, so Yummmy! Husbands quote “That bread is really something, good stuff!”
I barely followed the recipe at all on this! I kept the toasted walnuts but ditched the other add-ins and instead used dried figs and blue cheese. A great base recipe.
This is my first post on this blog and I am hooked! This bread recipe was AMAZING and I will certainly be making it again!
Next time I’ll use a ratio of 2:1 cheddar to swiss instead of the opposite. Toasted for breakfast next day is delish! http://bookandspoon.tumblr.com
Making an overdue comeback – here is the bread I made for tonight’s dinner party:
My “editor” fell asleep last night right after Jeopardy! That’s why I post on Saturday. Grrrrrr:)
But, this was a wonderful savory bread!
OK, I guess I was really tired. This the link for my post, instead of my admin page (LOL!)
Ok, hopefully this works! http://bks4maggie.blogspot.com/2011/03/ffwd-savory-cheese-chive-bread.html
This is my first FFwD, and I loved this bread (a bit dry tho).
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/03/savory-cheese-chive-bread-french.html – late. That’s 2 for 2, but who’s counting?
Only 2 days late! This is a great recipe!
Absolutely delicious. http://peaseporridgepdx.wordpress.com/2011/03/06/carbs-cheese-whats-a-girl-to-do/
Added basil and deleted the nuts. Having it for breakfast.
Two days late, but too good not to post. I did the variation: bacon, walnuts, dried pear, gruyere and gorgonzola – delicious!
Well I didn’t have a chance to share a recipe the last couple weeks, but I am back…late…but here!!! This recipe was fun, and delicious:)
A little late on this one, but wanted to post anyway! Never made a savory quick bread before this one…very pleased.
Sorry it is so late….technical difficulties!
Been trying for days to add my link. Site won’t let me.
Tried two versions of the bread:
Delicious, easy, economical, what’s not to love? http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2011/03/french-fridays-with-dorie-savory-cheese-and-chive-bread.html
It’s a do-over for me. Long live les bonne idées!
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