Creek Speak April 2017 - Page 22

the heat.

Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes rotating them after ten minutes. Depending on where you are you may want to bake longer. To tell if they are done check the crunchiness of the shell.

*for those who don’t know a dredge is a fancy pants term for getting something wet.

Cheesy Garlic Bread

This particular recipe is extremely difficult! (JK!). If you know how to turn on an oven and use a knife, then you are fully capable of making this lovely dish.

*4 to 5 slices of bread or half a loaf of bread. you can use whole wheat or brown or multigrain or white bread (any bread you want)

*2 tablespoon butter, salted or unsalted

*Garlic powder (to taste)

*2 cups Mozzarella, parmesan or your favorite cheese

First, preheat your oven to 200 degrees. Next, you are going to slice your bread. Then, brush some melted butter. And finally, sprinkle garlic powder and your cheese until your heart is satisfied. Throw it into the oven for about fifteen minutes or until the cheese is melted and brown around the edges. Enjoy!

Pesto pasta!

This recipe goes out to all of my vegetarian/vegan readers! The classic Pesto Italiano has been a staple of my diet since my childhood. You can serve it both hot and cold so it makes a perfect school lunch. Hope you enjoy!