My favorite Lebanese restaurant would serve a creamy aioli-like dipping sauce with their shrimp kabobs. It was intensely garlicy, and when I once asked how they made it, they told me tons of garlic cloves in a blender with olive oil. Of course, when I tried to replicate at home, it didn't even remotely resemble theirs. Anyone out there a) know what this is called, and b) know how to make it?
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