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This was great! My family loved it, especially my dad who really appreciates anchovies. I liked it because you couldn't taste all the saltiness after they were cooked with the onion and garlic. The fresh rosemary really brought this dish together. I really liked this side, even though I suffered a pretty deep cut while trying to cut the baguette in half!

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The Tiny Chef October 28, 2008

An absolute 5-star, less-is-more, dish. Carmelized onions and garlic -- who could ask for anything more? The anchovies melt away in cooking, and the oil in the pan was delicious for dipping chunks of bread. Fantastic recipe, Amanda. Made for PAC Fall 2008.

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Susiecat too September 16, 2008

This was really good. I enjoyed the onions very much. I liked the anchovies cooked too.

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Studentchef November 09, 2007

Went really well as an opener before dinner. I made these while my lasagna was baking in the oven. Went really well with the pasta and a caesar side salad. But I LOVE garlic so what's not to love? Thanks Amanda!!

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graniteangel August 22, 2007
Slow-Cooked Garlic and Onions With Toasted Baguette