My husband took #32888 and changed it enough to make it his own. It's a big hit at family reunions, even with the children! And yes, that's a bulb and not a clove of garlic - when it's fresh, it's favorful but mild.
Recipe #291536 SILC is a lot less work than this one, but this is the one that won the local paper's contest. It's from a Mrs Kitching and the newspaper states all judges loved it and..."While somewhat plain, it had a real butter flavor, with no unpleasant aftertaste, and an even, if somewhat dense texture." and the frosting was what "...keeps the cake alive." I put "assembly" time into preparation time, and the icing stovetop time into the cooking time.
Very strong pie crust that takes a beating and doesn't require attention to details. Great for fruit filled pastry cookies (folded over or sealed like ravioli). Dough browns nicely. Great to use up "gift" jellies and jams.