1 Loaf of Frozen Bread Dough
 Butter
 Garlic Powder
 Spaghetti Sauce (or something comparable)
 Parmesan Cheese
 
 First, you're going to need some frozen bread dough.  You can
 pick up frozen bread dough in bags of five at the grocery store
 in the frozen section.  Costs only a couple of bucks.
 
 Once you have the bread at home, take out one of the frozen
 loaves, and let it thaw.  I recommend sprinkling flour on the frozen
 loaf, and then wrapping it up in Saran wrap to thaw.  It will
 take about six hours or so for the bread to be thawed nicely.
 (The reason I recommend sprinkling the flour on the frozen loaf
 and wrapping it up in Saran wrap is that when the bread is
 thawing, it will get really sticky, thus making it difficult to
 peel off from the Saran wrap.  The reason it is in Saran wrap
 is that also while it is thawing, it will get a skin, which
 would usually be the crust if you were making a regular loaf of
 bread.)
 
 Once you have the bread thawed, you should heat the oven to 375
 degrees.  While the oven is heating, take the bread out of the
 Saran wrap, sprinkle some more flour on it, and then flatten
 it.  It works best with a roller, but using your hands will do.
 
 Once the bread is flattened, use a pizza cutter to slice the 
 bread into strips.  Then place the strips on a baking sheet.  
 When the oven is ready to go, place the baking sheet with the 
 bread slices into the oven.
 
 While the bread is cooking, melt some butter.  The right amount
 usually seems to be about a tablespoon or two, but you'll just
 have to gauge it yourself through trial and error, to see how
 much is right for you.  When the butter is melted, add some
 garlic powder to it (again, no set amount, just whatever suits
 you).  Mix it together with a brush.
 
 Also, you should be heating up some spaghetti sauce if you want
 something to dip the bread sticks in.
 
 Now, to tell when the bread is done, periodically look into the
 oven to determine if the bread has turned light brown on top.
 It takes roughly ten minutes, but you'll have to experiment on
 just how *done* you like your sticks.  I prefer them softer and
 chewier, as opposed to crispier, so I tend to take them out as
 soon as a little bit of brown appears.
 
 When the bread is done, take it out of the oven, and use the
 brush to soak the sticks with your butter/garlic combination.
 How much you brush on each stick is also a matter of taste.
 
 Once you have brushed the butter/garlic combo on it, sprinkle 
 the top with Parmesan cheese.
 
 Voila!  There you go... awesome bread sticks, with not too much
 preparation time.  It does take a little more time than if you 
 were just to pop something from the store in the oven, BUT
 TRUST ME, these bread sticks are so awesome it will be well 
 worth the effort!