Garlic bread (a word that almost opens my mind and start thinking of either pasta, lasagna, or some soup). It consists of bread usually made with sourdough topped with cheese garlic, and some olive oil. It is either toasted or grilled. It is typically made using a French baguette, or sometimes a sourdough like a ciabatta which is partially sliced downwards, allowing the condiments to soak into the loaf while keeping it in one piece. Alternatively, butter and garlic are used and topped up. Some of the garlic bread you see is topped with varieties of cheese like mozzarella, feta, parmesan, or cheddar. These are normally made in the oven but you can also make them on Tawa or Skillet. Slicing garlic bread is the most important technique to learn. Cutting the bread like a Hasselback potato keeps the butter from seeping out and allows the garlic to infuse the bread with its flavor without scorching. But, if it's an extra cheesy garlic bread you're looking for, slip a little mozzarella into each slit. There are different knives used to cut it in a diagonal shape or of your choice... Garlic bread just acts as an enhancer to a dish.