Savoring One Dollar




Darn these rotated pictures! I doubt that I will take time to work through blogspot’s help section. I liked the old way of posting pictures — they rotate only if I say so.

Now that is off my chest, I have to say that my garlic just makes me happy. For the two years that we belonged to a CSA, we had garlic at the end of the season, and it was enough to last until May. I don’t have a garlic cache this year, so I went up to the farm’s last market of the season and got the last of the uncommitted (non-member) garlic. Three largish heads and three jumbo heads. The large heads cover the palm of your hand and are a fantastic value at $1 per head. Three cloves from this would equal one entire head of store garlic.

I’ve planted Angela’s garlic a few times and it never looks as nice. My eggplants, tomatoes, and basil (also from Turtle Farm/Angela Tedesco) all look as nice hers, but I must be something yet to learn about garlic. Research for the winter.

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One Response to Savoring One Dollar

  1. Karen says:

    Julie, have you ever roasted your bulbs of garlic? It is fantastic on french bread.

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