Preheat oven to 375 F. Peel and mince 7 large cloves of fresh garlic. Set aside. Grate asiago cheese wedge put in medium mixing bowl. Mix garlic into shredded cheese. Put 2 tablespoons of Mayonnaise into mixture. Stir until mixture forms a ball. If the cheese doesn't stick together add a little more mayo. I use Duke's. I have tried other mayos in the past, but the dip seems to get really oily with other brands. Cut the top off of a sour dough bread bowl. Save the bag. I have used white mountain bread and other artisan breads, but I like the sourdough the best. Pull all of the bread out of the bowl, ripping it into bite-sized pieces, including the top part and place all ripped bread back into the bag-keeps it from getting hard. Put the cheese ball into the center of the bread bowl. Place on cookie sheet and bake in oven for approximately 20-25 minutes. Check loaf about 15 minutes into the baking process, if the edges of the bread are browning, put some tin foil over the top of the loaf. When time is up, cheese should be melty and bubbly. Sometimes, if too much mayo has been used, the cheese will be oily, just mix it around and the bread will soak it up. Use oven mitts to put loaf on decorative plate. Surround the loaf with the ripped up pieces of bread. As the preparer, you should always take the first taste to make sure it is yummy! I always use one of the top crusty pieces of bread to test the dip. ;) Place the plate on the serving table and move out of the way. You will rarely have anything left on the plate to clean up except for the crumbs. Trust me...people will even eat the bowl.
I have also made this double for a large bread bowl and also put out Garlic Triscuits. This is not my original recipe, believe it or not there used to be more ingredients. This is the version everyone asks for time and time again. I have tried the preparred shredded asiago cheese from Sargento. It does NOT work-don't ask why, I don't know.
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