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I tried roasting garlic once. It was a disaster - it shrank and didn't taste so good! Now, give me roast onions anytime!Originally Posted by skimonkey
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My wife won't go near the barbecue since I took up playing around on there. Garlic plays a huge rôle in my cooking. Soak it in olive oil, wrap it in aluminum foil, and dump it on the barbie. Works a treat, and caramelizes nicely too.
My husband does it occasionally, when he's baking something else, because he doesn't want to get the oven going just for the garlic. Most times, we buy it already roasted at yuppie markets by weight. At our neighborhood markets, they sell them along with other foods that are already prepped for eating / takeout.
I love it, Kay. Bookmarked that for later perusal.Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
Yum having six-herb linguine tomorrow night. It uses sage, thyme, oregano, basil, rosemary, parsley, chives... Mm, mm! Cant wait! Here's a link for the recipe. Six-Herb Linguine Recipe - Good Housekeeping
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Today, we had a rich, hearty vegetable soup and a salad that actually tasted good. (I'm not much of a vegetable person. I consider candy corn a vegetable.)