In September Tony and I traveled to Fresno where our daughter, Angela, attends college. We were going to celebrate her 20th birthday. Angela asked for a barbecue tri-tip and garlic bread lunch for her and her college friends. We arrived about 10:30am and began setting up to cook. Tony prepared the tri-tip by rubbing on his “secret rub”. Tony then put the charcoals on and when the fire was ready, placed the tri-tip on the grill. The aroma began to fill the courtyard of the student housing. All of a sudden, people began coming out of their apartments to see what was cooking. The aroma attracted some cute college guys. Once the meat was done, it was time to prepare the garlic bread. Starting with a fresh loaf of sweet French bread, I sliced the bread in half and placed on the grill. In the meantime, I mixed up the magic dip – butter, garlic, and seasonings. Once the bread was grilled, it was immediately pressed into the garlic butter. Once pressed, the bread is turned over and served. Angela’s friends were anxious to try this garlic bread she had talked about so much. As each person took their first bite, all you heard was “oh my God!” and “mmm!”. With each new person taking a bite and rejoicing in the flavor, the next person was excited to have their turn at selecting a slice to see what all the exclamations were about. Every time someone took a bite you heard “oh my God!” By the time everyone had at least one piece (you can’t just have one), they renamed the garlic bread to Jesus Bread.
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