Monday, June 23, 2014

Garlic Goods

For the locals, don't forget there is a 
Anzula
Trunk Show today at Three Bags Full in Northbrook from 12-3

Anzula sells luxury yarns - many contain some cashmere content. 

Remember to tell Lynette or a sales associate that you read it on the blog and you'll be entered to win the Lantern Moon bag on the blog's initial post. 
(Threebagsfullcorner.blogspot.com)


A friend gave me garlic to plant last fall.
Here's my crop! 
They were insanely easy to grow. 
I planted them among the roses and read that helps keep beetles away.  

You can smell the garlic as soon as you dig it up. 
I also have chives that are going like crazy near the roses. 

Apparently there is a garlic soup recipe….
have you ever???




14 comments:

Katherine said...

Your garlic looks great. I have had roasted garlic buds and loved them, but never garlic soup.

KSD said...

No, I haven't ever. But I would!

Nancy said...

I add garlic to lots of recipes, but I'll pass on the soup.

suburban prep said...

Love love love garlic.

Thanks for the info regarding the trunk show. Just unable to make today.

Araignee said...

Mmmm....I like garlic in just about anything. My lentil soup is really just garlic and a handful of lentils.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

I was just talking to a friend about growing some garlic - I guess this is a sign that I should just do it!

Caffeine Girl said...

That garlic looks so yummy! I love garlicky chicken, and there are a ton of recipes out there.

elns said...

I've never had a "garlic soup" but I've had one with lots of garlic, so I'd be game!

You know I'm a fan of the garlic herb compound butter. You can store it in the fridge and freezer for ages. a pat of happiness whenever you need it, and good for a quick makeshift garlic bread :)

Linda said...

Garlic soup?
Sounds garlicky.....ha!
How is your hair?
Cheers!
Linda :o)

Dee said...

Think I'll take a pass on the garlic soup.

Love garlic in my food, but not so sure about having it as the major flavor.

How was your home-grown garlic? Strong? Mild?

Nancy Kay said...

Say, nice crop!! The garlic will be pretty tasty in any number of dishes!

kathy b said...

The homegrown garlic is strong ! so fresh.
My hair is good ! she got the color highlights much closer to my natural color. Looiks good and its shaved short in the back YAHOO

Judy S. said...

You are definitely ready for summer! Hey, does garlic deter rabbits?

SissySees said...

The Knight tried to garden a couple of times early in our married life, but the ground here only grows rocks and roses.

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