[thechat] Garlic bread in a microwave

Jonathan R. Karlen jkarlen at infoniq.com
Sat Apr 16 18:13:05 CDT 2005

Hard to imagine this working well without it getting awfully soggy.  Some
sort of paper sheath like the one used in microwaveable sandwiches would do
it as it should generate enough heat to heat the bread without direct
microwave contact.  A thin cardboard...

Jonathan R. Karlen
President/Senior Developer
Infoniq E-Business Solutions, Inc.
jkarlen at infoniq.com

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Subject: [thechat] Garlic bread in a microwave

Has anyone here made nice garlic bread in a microwave oven? I'm wondering 
how to do this without wrapping the bread in foil (which will spark in the 

Any pointers would be appreciated.


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