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June 18, 2010


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I want to grow garlic in my garden but am having trouble finding it. I would love to try the scapes. Your fish looks completely delicious! That sauce sounds special. Love your new blog look!

Health Insurance

I recommend this to all rice lover looks delicious yummy.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Ah, the scapes. I have 5 in my refrigerator. More than enough for garnish and flavor, but not enough to make pesto. Guess I've got to sautee more ...


Reeni -- I've only seen garlic in mail-order catalogs, and it should be planted in the fall for a spring harvest.

Health Insurance -- Thanks.

T.W. - I'm not sure I have enough scapes for a straight pesto, but I plan to mix them with basil

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I planted some garlic cloves in the garden a few years ago, and left them there. Now I get scapes every year, but I'm afraid to dig up the garlic to see what's underground!

Lori Lynn

Thanks for the garlic lesson!
The fish looks great, love the colors.

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