I seldom cook because I live alone, but when I do cook…..my favorite thing to cook is italian. It’s easy to prepare, it’s taste great if you follow directions. Who can’t cook pasta, I am always asking myself that. This is one of my faves. I make my own homemade garlic bread. Everyone that tried it raves about it.

 Homemade Garlic Bread

Loaf of either Italian or french bread

1 stick of butter(melted)

2 cloves of garlic (finely chopped)



Italian Seasoning

Onion powder


Cut the loaf of bread lengthwise, then cut in squares.  Melt a stick of butter, when melted add the spices in the butter,blend together. Get pastry brush and slather on top of the bread before you put it in the oven.

Bake the bread in 300 deg.oven for 15-20 minutes or until it brown on top. Have additional garlic butter concoction for your garlic fix. It’s soooo goood…!!!

Homemade garlic bread

About 2sassygal

First of all, I love to cook...not every night, but weekends are the best time to cook. I am a animal lover, especially wildlife. My next vacation would be to South Africa. To get personal and close up to wildlife would be fascinating. I like to read suspense, thriller novels. Regarding television....I like some reality shows, crime shows, comedies. I like to look at a recipe from a cookbook and do my version of it.. usually the healthier choice. I am all about substitutions, if a recipe calls for a ingredient there are dozens of ingredients you can substitute for the called-for ingredient. I like summer because I love cooking outdoors, swimming. It's just the fresh air that makes everyone want to get outside and do something. I love the air especially after the rain.... that nothing compares to that.

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