Roasted Digital Garlic.
1 bulb garlic, digital
Complain that digital garlic has rendered old-fashioned garlic obsolete. Admit that, yes, it's very convenient that digital garlic doesn't give you bad breath or carry a strong stink, and that pregnant women aren't horrified by the stink of digital garlic because it doesn't have a scent. Insist that, nonetheless, something is lost in this high-tech streamlining of digital, virtual garlic. Conjecture that it is this messiness, this stinkiness, this wasteful aromatic uncontrollable passionate organicness, that makes garlic what it is.
Decide to use physical garlic instead of the digital garlic-equivalent, in honor of our culinary past. Bake at 400°F for 30-35 minutes and allow to cool.
Then get attacked by a digital vampire. Serves you right.
Spread over toast or sourdough bread. Serves four.
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