The first dish I cooked for myself when I decided to go vegetarian was a quiche. It’s funny because I never used to like eggs, but once I discovered quiche, my hatred for eggs did a complete 180. These days I’ve been known to eat breakfast burritos for dinner! To my knowledge, this new development has no affect on the world, as it seems to continue on its merry way. Amazing.
If you are not intrigued by the title of this post then you should just stop reading right now. This bread was my pride and joy at the brunch. It came out more beautiful and delicious than I even thought it could, and made my apartment smell like homemade lemon doughnuts. I honestly hold more love for this bread than probably any other non-human element in my life thus far. Get the picture, internet-lovers?
This recipe was inspired by a scone I recently had at Lula Café. I love rosemary but have never heard of using it in pastries or sweet baked goods. It’s a lovely combination and was the crowd favorite. I saw one of my friends try to hide one in her bra to take for later. There really isn’t any better compliment than that, so thanks. You know who you are.