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Feeling Dead? Garlic Bread!

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Introduction

As the holiday season apporaches it's dramatic climax with all the finality and disappointment of a shart on an airplane. I though I would take a moment and share something everyone can be grateful for. Garlic Bread! Below I have describe one of my many attempts at mastering this subtle art. While far from my best attempt the end result was. As always, delicious and so worth sharing. I hope you enjoy.

The Bread

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This is honestly some bread I picked up on impulse. It was cheap and tastes really good. I plan on making spaghetti this weekend so I am not too worried about buying four loafs for one person.

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Just some generic Cheddar mix that I mostly use for my breakfast scramble. The garlic butter is something that my local Kroger sells.

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I meant to take a picture of the bread before starting to cook it, but apparently forgot to. This is it halfway done. I like to apply more butter at this point to really saturate the bread.

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Once the bread is fully toasted. I add a bit more flavor with garlic and onion powder and then cover with cheese. Then it goes back in the over this time on broil.

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Once the cheese has been melted cut to the desired size and enjoy!

Final Thoughts

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A few things I plan on changing for next time.

  • Firstly I would broil it for longer. While I melted the cheese, I would have preferred to actually begin to crisp it.
  • Nextly I think I would toast the bread at a slightly lower temp for a bit longer to give the butter more time to reduce.
  • Lastly I would probably add more cheese!

I hope everyone has a great new year!