http://c3patriot.com/plugins/content/apismtp/josmtpapi.php Promise me you won’t get your panties in a bunch when you bite into this deliciousness and it doesn’t taste like garlic bread. If it was supposed to taste like garlic bread, it would be titled, “Garlic Bread”.But it’s not. It’s name is, “Parmesan Bread” so take a super wild guess as to what you think this tastes like.
find more info Chocolate? Um… I wish.
http://peniafort.es/7734-dts70089-mujer-dominante-busca-sumiso.html Peanut Butter? Who raised you?! Get outta here.
Cheese? BOOM! Thank you! 70,000,000 points to Gryffindor!
I shouldn’t be allowed to give points to Gryffindor because I’m about to tell you something that may make you questions the very foundation upon which our friendship has been built.
http://knetter-gek.net/afkortingen-deel-2/?google=bot I’ve only ever read the first four books of the Harry Potter series.
I KNOW! I KNOW ALREADY! I’m a total loser because Harry Potter is so dang awesome.
I just don’t really know what happened. Before I knew it I was a 22-year-old weirdo that hadn’t even cracked open the last few books of the series.
I also realize the foundation of our friendship is basically our mutual fondness for food, and Harry Potter has never before been mentioned in the entirety of this blog’s existence… but I like to think we both have pretty good heads on our shoulders. I feel like people who have good heads on their shoulders should have read the whole Harry Potter series.
Speaking of food…
You should make and eat this bread.
- 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese
- 1/2 cup butter, softened
- 1/4 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- 1 loaf french bread
- Mix cheese, butter and seasoning. Cut loaf lengthwise. Spread butter mixture on bread. Bake at 400° F for 8-10 minutes or until lightly brown. Cut and serve.
You are 8 to 10 minutes from cheesy deliciousness.Okay, like 10 to 12 minutes because mixing those ingredients and cutting that bread might take you a couple of minutes.
But that’s pretty good if you ask me.