Hello, and welcome.
I would like to inform you that I AM MOVING.
...well, sort of. I have started a new blog, Oui Crochet, that focuses just on crochet, crochet patterns, and crochet resources. I am in the process of building it up as a one stop shop for all things crochet, and I am very excited about it. I hope you will come over and check out my progress. :)
I will be moving my patterns from this site, to my new site. My idea is to leave this site active, so that you can still access other aspects of this site. I will also leave a modified "introduction" post where each pattern is on this site, as to keep all links active and make it so that you can easily locate the pattern's new home. As an added bonus, you will also find new printable/downloadable versions of my patterns.
I apologize for any inconvenience, but I assure you, this change is a positive one. I look forward to seeing you at Oui Crochet.
Happy Crocheting!

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Garlic Cheese Bread (Made on the Stove Top)

I told you all how I make our Spaghetti.
Now, as promised, I will share how I make my yummy garlic cheese bread on the stove top.
It's super easy.
And super yummy!
Really, it is!
You know that flavor of baked on cheese?
Sure you do! Like when you have lasagna... or pizza... and the little bits around the edges are a little "over" baked... you know, the parts everyone fights over? It's like that.

Yeah, I thought that might get your attention!
Hmmm... if that didn't, look at this!

Interested now?
OK. I'll share.

Garlic Cheese Bread
What You Need:
sliced sourdough bread (or bread of your choice)
cheese of your choice
butter or margarine.
garlic salt

What You Do:
Start heating a pan up on the stove. You're going to want to sue a non-stick pan or a very well seasoned iron skillet... otherwise the cheese will stick... not cool.

Spread butter on both sides of each slice of bread.

Sprinkle with a little garlic salt.

Sprinkle one side of the bread with cheese, add a little dab of butter to the pan, then place the bread cheese side down in the hot pan.

Sprinkle a little cheese on the top of the bread, and let the other side cook until it is golden (the other side... not the top).

Flip the bread and let that side cook up until golden.

Remove from pan and serve. Yum!

See! I told you it was easy!
Now when you try it... and I know you will... be sure to make a little extra...
You don't want a riot at the dinner table!



  1. great idea- I don't have a seasoned cast iron skillet but might work with a good nonstick skillet.

  2. Sarah, it will definitely work in a good nonstick skillet. That's how I made it this time. :-)

  3. this is one i am definitely trying in the next few days, i can almost smell how good this looks from here!

  4. I hope you like it Kirsty! We LOVE it! :-)


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