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I took a clove of garlic, dredged it in extra virgin olive oil, and roasted
it in the oven, wrapped in foil, then squeezed the garlic out and mixed it
with ghee. Made a great spread for toasted bread.



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"d.c." writes:

>I took a clove of garlic, dredged it in extra virgin olive oil, and roasted
>it in the oven, wrapped in foil, then squeezed the garlic out and mixed it
>with ghee. Made a great spread for toasted bread.


One whole clove... generous *******, ain'tcha.


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> "d.c." writes:
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> >I took a clove of garlic, dredged it in extra virgin olive oil, and

roasted
> >it in the oven, wrapped in foil, then squeezed the garlic out and mixed

it
> >with ghee. Made a great spread for toasted bread.

>
> One whole clove... generous *******, ain'tcha.



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"d.c." wrote:

> I took a clove of garlic, dredged it in extra virgin olive oil, and roasted
> it in the oven, wrapped in foil, then squeezed the garlic out and mixed it
> with ghee.


Do a whole head, it keeps in the fridge, and, mashed up, is my personal secret
for pizza crust. Knead in half a head per pie.
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