We believe there’s no such thing as too much garlic nor too many garlic themed tattoos. We’ve already covered garlic tattoos, and pieces
associated with vampire television shows like Buffy but this post is all about garlic bread.
Garlic bread is closely related to bruschetta which can be traced back to Ancient Rome. It’s amazing that something as simple as fat and garlic spread on bread and toasted is so damn delicious.
There are variations of garlic bread around the world, some with different names and additional ingredients. It is known as Knoblauchbrot in Germany or chapon in France. Garlic bread has been found on restaurant menus for 70-plus years in the US as part of Italian-American cuisine.
Besides garlic and butter or oil, which other ingredients do you like to add to your garlic bread? Do you prefer store-bought or making your own at home so you can add a ridiculous amount of garlic?
Definitely go the store-bought (tattoo parlour) route when getting your garlic bread tattoo.
Which of these garlic bread tattoos has your mouth watering?