Happy Friday! I am a week behind on French Friday’s with Dorie. I was out of town last week, so I didn’t get a chance to make the Back-of-the-Card Cheese and Olive Bread. This week’s recipe is a dessert, and I have decided to wait and make it next week on my birthday.
Back-of-the-Card Cheese and Olive Bread is a recipe Dorie got from a cheese makers’ organization and tweaked a bit. It is a savory quick bread filled with cheese and olives (who would have guessed?).
The olives in the bread come from two sources: tapenade and chopped olives. I used a store-bought tapenade and Kalamata olives. I used cheddar cheese since that’s what we had on hand.
I really liked this bread. I served it for dinner with tomato soup and a salad. The flavors all went nicely together. The bread was also tasty toasted the next morning for breakfast.
You can find the recipe for Back-of-the-Card Cheese and Olive Bread in Dorie Greenspan’s book Around My French Table.
3 responses to “Cheese and Olive Bread”
We liked this bread too!
happy birthday in advance.
This one was a hit in my house, too! Yours looks lovely! You’ll love the galette…heavenly!
This would be perfect with tomato soup. You are in for a birthday treat with the delicious galette. Can’t wait to hear how yours comes out. Happy Birthday, Karen!