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Old 12-07-2004, 06:11 AM   #21
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I am so happy that I'm not the only one who enjoys garlic bread made with garlic salt.

Sometimes, I go the roasted garlic and parmesan cheese route, but I still prefer the way my mom made it.

Kind of like a comfort food. Even though it's not gourmet, it's something I grew up with and it reminds me of my mom.
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Old 12-07-2004, 12:41 PM   #22
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Next time you're at the store, pick up a couple of heads of garlic. When you get home go out in the yard, dig up a small patch and plant the heads about 4-6 inches deep (assuming the ground isn't frozen yet.) Next summer you should have quite a bit of garlic to work with! I did this last fall and was pleasantly surprised! Oh, Elf, did you enjoy your Garlic Butter Soup en Croute?
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Old 12-07-2004, 12:49 PM   #23
 
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Next time you're at the store, pick up a couple of heads of garlic. When you get home go out in the yard, dig up a small patch and plant the heads about 4-6 inches deep (assuming the ground isn't frozen yet.) Next summer you should have quite a bit of garlic to work with! I did this last fall and was pleasantly surprised! Oh, Elf, did you enjoy your Garlic Butter Soup en Croute?
If you run across a patch of wild garlic, you can do the same thing. It has a richer garlic flavor than domestic garlic, but small bulbs.
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Old 12-07-2004, 01:04 PM   #24
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I have this dull aching pain in my left arm from my shoulder to the tips of my fingers after reading your recipe Damp Charcoal.


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Old 12-07-2004, 01:09 PM   #25
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ROFL deb

LOL DampCharcoal - how did you know what we called it
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Old 12-07-2004, 04:56 PM   #27
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If you run across a patch of wild garlic, you can do the same thing. It has a richer garlic flavor than domestic garlic, but small bulbs.
choc, i have wild garlic growing in my garden, or so my mil said, but i thought it was more of just an onion grass. ya know, edible, but not very tasty. thanks for the tip. will have to try some next year...
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Old 12-07-2004, 05:20 PM   #28
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Sigh. Da Bearz....what happened after 1985? I still wear my old jersey out of nostalgia for days gone by. .

My parents live a block away from where the Bears used to practice and she made friends with Walter Payton and "The Fridge" (she called him "William"). USed to bake them brownies. I still have Walter's wristbands somewhere ...
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If you run across a patch of wild garlic, you can do the same thing. It has a richer garlic flavor than domestic garlic, but small bulbs.
choc, i have wild garlic growing in my garden, or so my mil said, but i thought it was more of just an onion grass. ya know, edible, but not very tasty. thanks for the tip. will have to try some next year...
Good. I know you will like it. But remember, wild garlic is stronger, so use a little less than you would the cultivated garlic.

You can transplant where you want it to grow -- remember, roses love garlic also. Garlic helps keep pests away from them.
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You could probably sell them on ebay to a fan. There's plenty of folks out there who still love and remember the late, great "Sweetness".
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