This simple yet sumptuous recipe is a United Nations plate. The whole roasted garlic is a staple Italian dish, the asadero is a contemporary melt-away white Mexican cheese, and the salsa is from Old Mexico. Or you can choose to put France on the plate by using Brie in place of the asadero. Set out oyster forks for the guests to use to lift the roasted garlic cloves whole from their skins. The cloves will spread like softened butter on a piece of French bread or warmed flour tortilla. Also, please note that Italian flat-leaf parsley may be substituted for the cilantro in the salsa.