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June 18, 2015

Cheesy Bread | an Oldie but a Goodie

I was shocked to hear that so many of you do not have this recipe - good old fashioned (it must be from the 80's) Cheesy Bread... made with mayo.  This was a staple at our family gatherings growing up.  In our family, it went with everything from Lasagna to Brisket - and it still does.  Mike is obsessed with it.   My Mom made it for a family dinner a couple of years ago and he went crazy.   In fact, if I'm making something that is more to my taste than his (shrimp pasta, chicken pasta, grilled chicken...), I will make a batch of this to go along so he has something to be excited about.   We made it last Sunday to go along with our pre-Father's Day dinner with Mike's family.  See the entire menu, here.

Cheesy Bread
with mayo

1 loaf of French Bread (something soft, not baguette)
1/2 stick of butter, softened
1/2 cup of mayo
4 cups of cheese (I used Monterey jack)
1 teaspoon of garlic salt

Slice the french loaf in half, lengthwise.  In a large bowl, mix together butter, mayo, cheese and garlic salt.  Spread generously on bread.  Bake in oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes until cheese is bubbly and heated through.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous8:28 PM

    The cheesy bread sounds wonderful, I was just wondering if the garlic salt made it too salty and could you use just garlic powder, I am going to take it for a 4th of July picnic. Your house is absolutely beautiful, your blog is one of my favorites!!! By the way, I made the white peach sangrias for a gathering of women and it was a hit. Mickey


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