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June 18, 2010

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Reeni

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 ...

Julia

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.
LL

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