Artichoke Garlic Bread - Looking for a clone of Pescadero's Arcangeli Market's signature bread
South of Half Moon Bay on the California coast there's a market in Pescadero called Arcangeli's (Norm's) which is famous for it's artichoke bread. It's pretty much amazing..
Now that I've been making all our bread from scratch, I'd love to try to make something similar to it.. I was wondering if anyone out there has given it a try.. It's a round moist garlic loaf which is studded with artichokes.. I'd even love to hear about a good garlic bread recipe.. I would say that this loaf is more moist than typical garlic bread I think of, probably because most are just french bread with garlic spread.. But it had a bit of an olive oil taste.. And the bag would actually have oily spots when you'd grab a hot loaf off their shelf.
Anyways, if anybody has a clone recipe or suggestions for a moist garlic bread I could do in a clay baker (LaCloche) that would be great!
Here's a link to the loaf..