Tin foil hats

These might only work as hats for cone heads. This is actually a bunch of garlic bread loaves I made today. I bought Zingerman’s baguettes at The Plum this morning and I buttered them, sprinkled garlic powder (powder, not salt) on them, wrapped them up in foil and put them in the freezer.

I use garlic powder on garlic bread because… When I was a kid, The Commander would *mince* garlic (by hand) for garlic bread and once a piece of minced garlic gave me a “garlic hangover”. I mean the next day I could STILL taste garlic and it was not pleasant. Broccoli was part of the dinner plan the next evening and that actually got rid of the garlic hangover. So I use garlic powder for my garlic bread. But not garlic salt.

I also got half-length lasagna noodles and Soy Vay marinade/sauce at the Plum. I need the half length noodles so I can make two half lasagnas for the Piedy 4th of July party, meat and veggie, and put them in different pans. I got Soy Vay because although I can easily make marinade for steak or whatever, Soy Vay is good and quick. It was my brother who originally found that. I think he found it somewhere in Sault Ste. Siberia (Glen’s maybe?) but that was something like 25 years ago and I haven’t been able to find it there recently.

Can I mobilize my Mirrix tapestry loom to take up there and if I do, will I actually USE it?

One Response to “Tin foil hats”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I’ve never heard of So Vay! I use garlic powder, Johnny’s Seasoning salt and sprinkle parmesan cheese on the top too. It makes for a yummy combo.