Garlic bread is almost a cliche at this point, but that doesn't make it any less delicious. It's hard to mess up carbs dressed in garlic, butter, and some mix of hacked-up green herbs.
It's also hard to make a truly remarkable version of it.
At least that's what we thought until we had the garlic bread that Ludo Lefebvre serves at his tasting-menu-only spot Trois Mec in Los Angeles.
"It's delicious, people know what it is--they love it," says the Burgundy-born Lefebvre. "We're doing a better one than the Olive Garden."
The cubed, bite-size form factor of Lefebvre is eye-catching, sure, but that's just one of the reasons Trois Mec's version will completely change the way you think about garlic bread.
The road to garlic-bread bliss is a short and easy one to follow. Here, Lefebvre's keys to making sure you're never less than thrilled by the classic again.
Check out the slideshow above to learn how to make the best garlic bread you'll ever have.
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