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@Kim Shook 

 

""  As a kid in the 70s, I didn't know one mom that didn't make their garlic bread this way:  ""

 

we had it ithe same way.  in the '60's

 

delicious. the bread came from the grocery store

 

in a paper sleeve.  maybe some red/white/green

 

to make it italian-ish on the white wrapper

 

it was so long.   it flopped around a lot.

 

the french may put 50 % butter in their version of Mash

 

but this bread was 60 + % butter

 

and 10 % garlic .  from a press !

 

 

rotuts

rotuts

@Kim Shook 

 

""  As a kid in the 70s, I didn't know one mom that didn't make their garlic bread this way:  ""

 

we had it ithe same way.  in the '60's

 

delicious. the bread came from the grocery store

 

in a paper sleeve.  maybe some red/white/green

 

to make it italian-ish on the white wrapper

 

it was so long.   it flopped around a lot.

 

the french may put 50 % butter in the version of Mash

 

but this bread was 60 + % butter

 

and 10 % garlic .  from a press !

 

 

rotuts

rotuts

@Kim Shook 

 

""  As a kid in the 70s, I didn't know one mom that didn't make their garlic bread this way:  ""

 

we had tithe same way.  in the '60's

 

delicious. the bread came from the grocery store

 

in a paper sleeve.  maybe some red/white/green

 

to make it italian-ish on the white wrapper

 

it was so long.   it flopped around a lot.

 

the french may put 50 % butter in the version off Mash

 

but this bread was 60 + % butter

 

and 10 % garlic .  from a press !

 

 

rotuts

rotuts

@Kim Shook 

 

""  As a kid in the 70s, I didn't know one mom that didn't make their garlic bread this way:  ""

 

we had tithe same way.  in the '60's

 

delicious. the bread came from the grocery store

 

in a paper sleeve.  maybe some red/white/green

 

to make it italian-ish on the white wrapper

 

iy was so long it flopped around a lot.

 

th french may put 50 % butter in the version od Mash

 

but this bread was 60 + % butter

 

and 10 % garlic .  from a press !

 

 

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