Smell my breath. Ahhhhh.
We all know that there’s garlic bread, and then there’s garlic bread. While the kind in foil packages at Safeway or Shaw’s must have its merit (although I’m not sure what it could be, besides the price), good garlic bread starts with good ingredients, and a lot of garlic. My favorite method entails slicing a baguette lengthwise into long breadsticks, slathering it on both sides with a garlic, butter, olive oil, and herb mixture, and toasting it in the oven until the neighbors come over to ask for a piece.
Be careful—it’s a little addictive.