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Monday, January 9, 2017

Pioneer Woman's BUTTERY FRENCH BREAD WITH THYME

(her photo)
OOOOO.....HONEY
Click HERE for her recipe... 

Where does this amazing woman get her recipes...??
does she invent them..??

This bread is so simple, you can't even call it a real recipe...
 You start with a fresh beautiful loaf of FRENCH bread..


 slice it into, length ways...
NOW...this next step will have you going back to look at her "recipe"
2 or 3 times,
because, like me, you can't believe that one whole stick of BUTTER
goes on EACH half...

Yes, ma'am...

 the sticks of SALTED BUTTER  (not margarine)
need to be very soft...room temp.
and I even put my sticks in the microwave for about 6 seconds to make sure they
weren't going to give me grief when I started spreading all that
golden goodness on that luscious bread.

 yes.....that is a lot of butter....
a LOT of butter...


 and, I'm hear to say that this is DELICIOUS
and goes together so fast...perfect to share with family and friends...


...especially with homemade soups...

I made this bread to take to our home fellowship gathering on Sun. evening.
The menu was
hot soups
salads
breads
ice cream and cookies...

We each brought a dish (or bread, as the case may be).

We have a wonderful group of friends that we worship with.
And,
we always have the BEST food.

Ruby Tuesday

28 comments:

  1. What can be better than butter and bread? It looks amazing!

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  2. Oh-butter- sweet butter! You know that for many years it was illegal in WI to sell margarine or oleo and that it was state law that restaurants had to serve butter. When you read the 'bad' about oleo it really makes you hesitate to use it. xo Diana

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  3. OMG - I could eat the entire loaf LOL. I have her new recipe book - terrific recipes in there. Try her fudge, it is the best ever and only 2 ingredients.

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  4. Do you think it would still be delicious using 1 stick between both sides?

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  5. Girl! Bread is my weakness. I luuuuuooovvve bread. And lots of butter. Oh my gawsh!
    I bet it was a hit and I sure hope you made more for yourself!
    Lisa

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  6. The term "slathered in butter" comes to mind. So does the work "Yum." And a big sigh!

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  7. It looks so good I'm on a diet .
    I still can not get the page to work
    Message Karen
    Laura

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  8. It looks beautiful & all that beautiful butter. More butter the better I guess. I love butter & for a long time now my wife never buys margarine anymore.

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  9. OMG this bread looks so delicious!!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Love

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  10. Perfect for an occasional treat but not a daily staple, I guess -- ALL THAT BUTTER!!!!

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  11. Wow! All that butter! I am sure it tasted great with a cup of hot coffee or tea.

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  12. This looks simple and wonderful. She has another french bread recipe that involves grated cheese, chopped olives, butter, and mayo. It's so good with a pot of beans - fancies up the meal! I am making a roast in the crock tonight and this sounds like a good go-with. Thanks!

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  13. It looks good but all that butter is not for me. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  14. I always buy real butter. This looks so good.

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  15. I always use real butter after my doctor told me that it was healthier than margarine. This looks like something I'd love to sink my teeth into. Right now. :) Enjoy your day!

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  16. Wow! that is delicious combination.

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  17. Thank You for the help, I do it all but when I click on the tab on my post and nothing is there.
    You alway make me want to keep blogging your posts are so pretty.

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  18. Yum!!! I could make a whole meal out of just the bread and butter. Looks so good.
    xoxo
    Kris

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  19. It looks great, I just can't eat white bread right now. I am on a 30 day challenge and can't eat white bread. Boo hoo:):)

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  20. I'm gonna go with, she invents them and/or gets them from her family and friends, too. Looks wonderful.

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  21. Yummy. Looks good. Have a good week.

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  22. OH My Goodness! You are such a naughty girl to post that and make me crave some of that crusty goodness. Happy Tuesday night to you- xo Diana

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  23. Looks too good to eat. I would love it, but not Mr. Z. Bet it was perfect with your hot soups and salads.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z.

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  24. Wow this looks so good ! Thanks for the recipe . I think my family would love this . Hugs and blessings , Cindy

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  25. Oh, MY!!!! How easy and yummy-looking! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  26. I could eat the entire loaf right now
    BUT
    I am trying to be a "good girl!"
    Oh my, does that look and sound dee-lish!

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xo bj