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I used to make this in college whenever we had pasta, and I lost the recipe but still make variations of this recipe whenever I need a spread for bread. The bread disappears off the plate. You can't have plain garlic bread after you taste this alternative. Thanks for posting this Kittencal!

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AmyZoe December 28, 2008

From now on this will be the only garlic bread I make! So to easy to make!!!! Absolutely delicious!!! Added a bit of extra cheese. Made in honor of John for the Kittencal Cookathon.

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kittycatmom December 09, 2008

This is a great way to make garlic bread. I've never really been a good garlic bread maker, but this is so easy, and so yummy. Hubby loves it, so therefore it will be a regular feature in our house! Thanks again, Kit for a wonderful recipe!

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FLUFFSTER December 08, 2008

This is the way I have been making my Garlic bread for years! Although, I do not wrap in foil. I slice the loaf length-wise, allow to heat in the oven for 15 minutes, allowing buttered side and crust to toast. Then when removed from the oven, I slice into serving sized pieces and serve in a towel lined bread basket. Thanks for posing, Kittencal!

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Bev December 04, 2008

Very good! Thanks again for another great recipe!

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ihvhope November 29, 2008

Gosh I hate to be the lone man out, but dh and I did not like this at all. I'm sorry to rate it this low. We felt like it tasted mushy and heavy. DH said he likes his bread garlicky and light. Sorry!

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Chill October 28, 2008

I was disappointed in this bread, and my son thought it was "gross". And he loves garlic bread! I prepared it exactly as written, but the butter/mayo mixture just stayed on top of the bread...it didn't soak into the bread (maybe because of the mayo?) I uncovered the bread for the last five minutes to try and force it to melt into the bread, but it still just "sat on top" of the bread. I may try this under the broiler, since I have lots of leftovers to use. Sorry, Kittencal....I usually love your recipes, and had this in my "Want to Try" Cookbook...made it for cookbook tag, but this isn't one I'll make again. SECOND DAY:) To get rid of the leftovers, we put a couple of slices under the broiler...what a change! Maybe letting the bread sit overnight allowed it to absorb the mayo-mix, or maybe it was just the broiling, but the bread was good that way.

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breezermom October 19, 2008

Great recipe. My family loved it. Thanks.

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JARS September 18, 2008

I can't believe I haven't rated this yet! Fantastic and my absolute new favorite way to make garlic bread. I use fresh parsley and make extra batches and freeze it. If I want the bread crispier, I open the foil on the top and bake it a minute or two longer. Excellent!!

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PearTree September 14, 2008

I was a bit disappointed. The topping just sits on top, not soaking all the way in. I prefer the crispier bread.

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kaithun1 September 08, 2008
Kittencal's Parmesan Garlic Bread or Garlic Toast