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Yum yum yum! I wanted to dress up plain spaghetti and jarred sauce. This did it! I had all the ingredients on hand and also added the 1/4 c mayo. . yum yum yum!

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SuperJoku August 27, 2009

I make garlic bread alot for the family. So, I decided to try this recipe because I have tried a few of Kittencal's recipes and have never been disappointed. I wasn't with this one either. It came out GREAT! The only thing I added was mozzarella cheese. My kids love CHEESY garlic bread. Thanks Kittencal for another great recipe.

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JFitz July 24, 2009

Kittencal, this is The Best garlic bread I've ever had! I like the PP's comment about everyone thinking they're a good cook because of You - I feel the same way! I couldn't find any non-skinny and long French bread, so I got a loaf of foccacia bread from a local bakery and sliced it length-wise like a PP suggested, baking at 350 for 10 minutes and then on low broil for 1.5 minutes. I also used 3 larger cloves and one small clove of garlic. Magnificent! And I loved the color that the parsley added!

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lolablitz July 14, 2009

I made this to go with chicken marsala. It was PERFECT as usual. Thanks Kitten everyone thinks I am the best cook because of YOU

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MARIA MAC * May 14, 2009

Too dry for my taste. I would probably use twice as much butter and actually take the slices apart and cover both sides next time, but the flavor was good.

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rainbow.rubatino May 13, 2009

I've been making garlic bread almost exactly like this for decades and everyone raves about it. My God Mother taught me as a kid. The only thing I usually do different is using romano instead of parmesan, and adding a little medium aged asiago. This is the first time I've known someone else that makes garlic bread like I do! I've never tried using cheddar, chives, and mayo. However it sounds interesting, I'll have to try it.

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ElaineM April 20, 2009

This recipe was so good. I am a rebel and used the skinny kind of french bread, which worked out just fine. I used 3 good sized cloves of garlic. I had some left of the butter mixture and put it on english muffins for a nice afternoon snack. Very good recipe, I will never use garlic powder or salt again :)

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Pooh Bear March 31, 2009

This was so easy and tasty! We were given a large loaf of french bread, I used half that night, slicing it as directed in step 2. The second half I split lengthwise, topped with the garlic butter/cheese mix and put it back together and have it wrapped up and in the freezer for a 2nd meal.

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Tinkmommy March 11, 2009

ok....no more store bought garlic bread! I was informed by the family this is the ONLY way to have garlic bread from now on...and it's so easy too! thanks

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crescendogal January 28, 2009
Kittencal's Parmesan Garlic Bread or Garlic Toast