Rosemary Currant Bread Recipe a la Julienne's?
I am looking for a recipe for a Rosemary Currant Bread similar to a bread I enjoyed at Julienne's Cafe in San Marino, California for many years. They are well-known for this bread and I bought their cookbook "Celebrations" hoping the recipe would be included but it's not. And I have searched the internet for an approximation and though there are lots of mentions and pictures of Julienne's bread, I had no luck with finding a recipe.
Theirs is a tender, high-rising yeast bread baked in a traditional loaf pan. As I remember it, the bread might have some potato or oat flour in it and maybe some sweetener like brown sugar or malt syrup along with the currants and rosemary. It was not a white dough but seemed to have a little (white) whole wheat or something else to give it a little color. I have tried several recipes for 'Pan Marino', the classic Italian (?) rosemary bread, and although delicious, they turned out very crusty with some sourness. I have also tried my own variations with little success.
If anyone knows of a recipe that might approximate the one use at Julienne's, or a raisin bread that I could adapt w/rosemary and currants, I would appreciate it.