Garlic Bread

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“In 2008 researchers from the Harvard university found a direct correlation between drinks consumed and cheesy breads ordered. In fact the study went so far to say as without alcohol, no one would degrade themselves so far as to order food from Dominos or Papa Johns. Without the assistance of Natural light, Pizza Hut would be in bankruptcy. Dominos main source of revenue comes after the clock strikes midnight.

Look at the facts people. Seriously…why the hell are you still eating this shit?”

-Michele Obama

There is nothing like waking up in the morning and seeing that empty box of pizza flung across the floor. As you regain your senses, the question always lingers….did I eat the whole thing? It could easily go either way. You probably were willing to eat it all at the time, but as soon as your pizza or cheesy bread gets delivered, all of your roommates magically wake up out of the alcohol induced comas.

Well next time skip the middle man and make your own delicious garlic bread and top it with Parmesan for extra flavor. This recipe is foolproof and will taste awesome at 4 AM or even in the rare occasion you are sober. Steal yourself a baguette from the Tour de Franzia social and slather it with garlic, butter, olive oil, and cheese. Papas really in the house now.

Loaf of bread with plenty of crust, baguette is the best
4 cloves of garlic, pressed or minced if you don’t have a garlic press
2 Tablespoons of butter
2 Tablespoons of olive oil
dried parsley
Parmesan cheese for topping

1. Turn the oven on broil.

2.  Cut the bread length wise so you have two even pieces with the inside exposed.
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3. Add the garlic, olive oil, and butter into a bowl. Heat for 1 minute in the microwave.
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4. Coat the bread in the garlic and oil mixture. Top with parsley and cheese.
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5. Place in the oven and let brown for 1-2 minutes. Be careful it doesn’t burn, especially if you’re drunk since it’s hot.

6. Fend off your roommates and eat the whole damn thing. Regret it the next morning. Do it again that night. You know what to do to those that get in your way.