I thought of calling this Popeye's Bread. I'm assuming that most people watched some Popeye cartoons when they were younger, rejoicing when he gained spectacular strength to defeat his enemies after eating canned spinach. I ate canned spinach once, dreadful slimy stuff, so it's clear that Popeye was no foodie. This bread is loaded with lots of spinach and feta cheese, so if you like those flavors, this is the bread for you. Dense and filling, a little goes a long way. I enjoyed it immensely, and used it to make a sandwich with the dwindling tomatoes from my garden.
There's a small amount of nutmeg in the bread, so I think it qualifies for Weekend Herb Blogging, which was created by the amazing Kalyn at Kalyn's Kitchen. Nutmeg is actually a spice, but Kalyn is flexible on these matters. You may have noticed that mace and nutmeg have similar flavors, with good reason. Mace is a lacey web covering the nutmeg seed, which grows into an evergreen tree found in Asia and Australia.
By the way, next week is the start of the two year anniversary for WHB. So, don't be left out of the big event. Go to Kalyn's site and learn how to take part. But, this week the lovely Haalo at Cook (almost) Anything At Least Once is hosting WHB. She always has gorgeous pictures on her site, so check them out.