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Old 12-06-2004, 04:49 PM   #11
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Charc, you are a man after my own heart (what's left of it after trying this!).
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Old 12-06-2004, 04:56 PM   #12
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LOL!!! Mud, I just remembered the old SNL skit with "Da Bears" guys and Chris Farley pounding his chest to get his heart going again after eating all the ribs, etc!
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:00 PM   #13
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Sigh. Da Bearz....what happened after 1985? I still wear my old jersey out of nostalgia for days gone by. If I still lived in Chicago, I would have signed the petition for Ditka to run for the Senate!

As it happens, we are having garlic bread w/dinner tonight. I may have to lay on the buttah a little thickah.
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:13 PM   #14
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Wow! Can you imagine Ditka on the Senate floor? That would be too sweet (and funny!) Didn't he change his mind for some reason? Mmm. Thickah buttah. I like!
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:19 PM   #15
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Yeah, he changed his mind because there was no way in h### he would have put up the ## that goes on. Give me a plain-spoken Midwesterner every time.

Can you imagine him and Butkus as co-chairman of some committee holding hearings??!! I can just picture someone from CNN covering it now.....trying to figure out how to "translate".
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:27 PM   #16
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LOL!!! My sides hurt!!! Almost seems like an SNL skit all in itself!
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Old 12-06-2004, 09:24 PM   #17
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I do it the way my depression raised mother did it. Probably not the way most would ever think of doing it, but to me it's what tastes right.

Cut the french loaf into thick slices, but not all the way through. Place in a sheet of aluminum foil. Generously butter one side of each slice and sprinkle with garlic salt. Butter the top and sprinkle with garlic salt. Fold over the foil and seal shut. Heat in 350 F oven for 30 minutes or until crust is toasted.

Like I said, few of you would even think of using garlic salt, but that's how my mom did it and I loved it this way.
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Old 12-06-2004, 09:33 PM   #18
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GREAT DampCharcoal - I made bread your way - my loaf was only 4" long - but BOY was it good just kidding

I also like to sometimes add dill and broil until a little crusty
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I do it the way my depression raised mother did it. Probably not the way most would ever think of doing it, but to me it's what tastes right.

Cut the french loaf into thick slices, but not all the way through. Place in a sheet of aluminum foil. Generously butter one side of each slice and sprinkle with garlic salt. Butter the top and sprinkle with garlic salt. Fold over the foil and seal shut. Heat in 350 F oven for 30 minutes or until crust is toasted.

Like I said, few of you would even think of using garlic salt, but that's how my mom did it and I loved it this way.
Actually, that's pretty much how I make mine. I have to be careful about how much garlic salt I use, though.

I've also used a partial tub of margarine, let it come to room temperature, and started mixing in garlic powder until it tastes good. I would chill this, and spread it on bread for a quickie garlic bread.
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Growing up I LOVED my mom's garlic bread - it was just plain white bread, spread with butter then sprinkled with garlic salt - put under broiler - I thought it was THE best!
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