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    im so addicted to the stuff

    i smelt some the other day when i was out (must have been cooking somwhere) then i had to have some,

    i got some from tesco (was abit manky)

    then i had some from marks, (was soggy)

    where can i buy a good quality crunchy garlic bread i will enjoy, i like to put grated cheese on it as soon as it comes out of the oven lol so it melts,

    so make me day and tell me where i can get nice ones from
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    make it its so easy its unreal. that way you can make it as garlicy, crunchy soggy or whatever
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    Garlic bread is a taste sensation!!
    I think we get ours from Asda and it's nice...
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    wow i never thought of making it myself im gonna try it then i can be proud if it tastes nice lol

    coz soggy isn;t good, makes me wanna vomit

    its all the stupid person wofting the smell around the airs fault im addicted lol its like a drug!! (not really i just love garlic bread)
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    butter, garlic salt and some crushed garlic. mix it up and spread on french bread. bake. wolah
    alter amounts of each to suit
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    cool im going to go and do that!!

    not now coz its like 1 am but when i buy the ingrediants!!
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    you can put parsley in it too. apparently it prevents the garlic being too strong on breath afterward :p:
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    (Original post by Laursy)
    cool im going to go and do that!!

    not now coz its like 1 am but when i buy the ingrediants!!
    24/7 supermarkets!!!

    Yeah, make some - it'll be better and probably cheaper too.
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    cheese just makes it even better! cant beat cheesy garlic bread, its just too high!
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    Try the "Extra Garlic Garlic Bread" from Sainsbury's.

    Make it yourself! Baguette, garlic, pesto, butter... go!
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    It's heaps good, esp when you run out of food towards the end of the week (ok maybe it's just me :p: ).

    I always justify it by saying 'ah garlic is healthy for you anyway!'
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    I like Tesco's finest garlic ciabatta.
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    i had a really nice garlic ciabatta i dunt know where it was from but it was really crunchy then i had another one about a week later that i had brought it was all soggy and tasted really horrid so i dunt want to eat ciabatta anymore lol!!!
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    Mmm cheesy garlic bread. Especially good with mozarella like they do in Bella Italia. Yum!
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    The one from waitrose is nice..
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    i made some and it was lovely yum yum m
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    Even better is a garlic pizza. You can get these at the restaurant where I work. Thin crispy base, with a tiny smear of tomatoe saucE (you can leave this out) and a bucketload of finely chopped garlic infused on olive oil put on top- utter heaven!! And much healthier than traditional garlic bread. :coma:
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    i like soggy garlic bread - doesn't cut my mouth to shreds!

    had some from aldi's tonight, mmmmmmm...
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    (Original post by sparkler)
    i like soggy garlic bread - doesn't cut my mouth to shreds!

    had some from aldi's tonight, mmmmmmm...
    I agree! When it's too crispy it actually hurts my mouth!
 
 
 
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