To-Die-For Garlic Bread
1 medium loaf French bread, unsliced
½ to 2/3 cup garlic butter, melted (depends on size of bread loaf)
Monterey Jack cheese
Chopped whole green onions (scallions)
Preheat oven to 375 F.
Cut slices down the length of bread loaf at 1-inch intervals, without cutting all the way through.
Rub slices and top of loaf with cut sides of garlic halves.
Insert thin slices of the cheeses between bread slices (or shred the cheeses, mix together, and sprinkle between the slices) - cheese can overlap the top of the loaf a little bit.
Bake until heated through and cheese is melted, about 15 minutes.
Pour melted garlic butter on top of the baked loaf (making sure it gets between the slices) and sprinkle with a little oregano, chopped tomatoes and chopped scallions. (Pour enough melted garlic butter to completely cover the loaf. Excess butter will drip onto platter and is scooped up while eating.)
With sharp knife, divide loaf by cutting through slices. Scoop up veggies and melted garlic butter with the bread, and enjoy!
** Goes great with sun-dried tomato French bread.