These are great on their own or in Garlic Soup That Cures What Ails You (Aka Hangover Soup). Thanks NcM
I made these to go with your Hangover Soup and they are wonderful. The bread didn't last as long as the soup, we couldn't keep out of them! I'll make these again to go with other family favorites. A+++
I made this with a nice bowl of French Onion soup in mind. I had shredded parmesan on hand and fresh jumbo garlic from the Farmer's Market. It smelled, and tasted so wonderful that we never had the soup, we just snacked on the bread! Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom
If you love garlic, you just haven’t lived until you have tried this and two other of Cheryl’s garlic-lover’s recipes. I have made this twice now, both times with thick slices of crusty Italian bread and 6-8 cloves of minced garlic. The first time we enjoyed it - or more accurately - hungrily devoured it, in a way that only other garlic lovers will understand, with pasta and a salad; the second time, full of anticipation of the delights awaiting us, we savoured each bite with Cheryl's superb Garlic Soup That Cures What Ails You (aka Hangover Soup)Garlic Soup That Cures What Ails You (Aka Hangover Soup). WOW! Needless to say I’ll be making this often! Thank you, Cheryl, for sharing this culinary delight!