Mon is right. The original garlic bread, the traditional recipe, dictates garlic bread needs to be sliced and seasoned. For presentation purposes the bread might be reassembled once each slice has been seasoned.
If you look carefully (at the panel where mina is coughing), it's a re-assembled loaf, so it's actually accurate.
The loaf doesn't look to me like it was ever cut all the way through, except at the end (where we can see the green parsely flecks) If it was sliced all the way through you'd expect the slices to seperate as it fell, unless the garlic paste is so thick and sticky that it is actually gluing the slices together (yech!) To my eye, it looks more like someone slit the loaf half way along the top, and piped in filling which (since the filling would nearly all be protected from direct heat), would result in really mushy garlic bread (on the other hand, really mushy garlic bread might be exactly what you would want to deal with a vampire; lots of sticky paste to adhere to the inside of their mouth.) And as I said, I have seen a LOT of garlic bread done that way in Chinese/ Japanese bakeries, maybe they do it that way in the Phillipines as well.
Actually, given the fact that Mimi seems to be slicing it with her claw, this may be garlic stuffed
bread. I've seen that done too (granted those usually have cheese as well, but that bread is rather yellow inside, a bit of Parmesan would not be out of the question.)
Moving off of culinary matters, Yes, I do see the Zoroarkish qualities, with a touch of Gollum around the eyes (The Rankin-Bass one, not the Peter Jackson one) Because of the red claws, I also see a bit of Clawguard in there, but that is probably just me (yes I know, Zoroark has red claws too, but I read Tailchaser's Song
waay before I knew about Pokemon.)
"For I have heard the Song of War, and to me, it sounds just like "Please, Mister Custer.""
Cogito Ergot Sum, "I think there is something wrong with this rye bread." (Aplogies to Seafrol.)