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Garlic Scapes

From Monroe Farm Market

<p>Garlic scapes, which emerge from hard neck garlic varieties in June, these seed stalks curl upward as they grow. Snipping off the scapes before the seeds develop, more energy goes into developing a larger garlic bulb.</p> <p>When the garlic scapes are still in full curl, they are tender and succulent. They have a taste that is milder than the garlic cloves, and have a broad spectrum of uses from soup to salads to garnishes.</p> <p>The garlic scape is an allium delicacy that is highly prized and traditionally used in Southern, Eastern European, Middle Eastern, and Korean cuisine because of its subtle garlic flavor and tender-crisp texture.<br /> Storage:</p> <p>Garlic scapes store well. You can keep them in the refrigerator for approximately 1 month, though fresh-cut is always the best. You can remove the stalk tip above the pod before using.</p> <p>Preparation:</p> <p>Scapes tend to get tough and/or loose flavor if overcooked, so start simple. To learn how much cooking is enough and how much is too much, cut scapes to desired lengths and sauté in a little olive oil over medium heat, adding salt and pepper to taste. The end result should be a side dish that is elegant and tasty. Try some of these other ideas:</p> <p>Garlic Scape Ideas:<br /> - You can add sliced scapes to any stir fry recipe. <br /> - Slice and sprinkle over any pasta, or slice and cook them in almost any sauce recipe. <br /> - Chop and add to guacamole or fresh salsa.<br /> - Chop and mix with softened cream cheese or butter for a unique spread for sandwiches or bagels.<br /> - Add chopped fresh scapes when serving a light garlic soup; can also add them to buttered, French bread floated on the soup. <br /> - Use them as you would green onions, they&#8217;re just better. <br /> - Chop and add raw to salads.<br /> - Add to toppings for bruschetta or pizza.<br /> - An excellent addition to stocks&#8230;.and much Asian cuisine. <br /> - Put in Thai chicken/basil/coconut soup.</p> <p>Roasted Garlic Scapes<br /> Take the scapes and put them in a lightly oiled roasting pan, top with salt (kosher or seas salt works best but any will do). Put the loaded and covered pan in a hot (425 °F) oven for 30 to 45 minutes or until they are beginning to turn brown. Serve as a side or main dish. Tastes like roasted garlic but creamier.</p>
Source: compiled from several sources
Servings: 10 garlic scapes will chop into 1/2 cup
Ingredient keywords: garlic
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Garlic Sesame Aioli

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>This was introduced to me thru a cooking club a few years back. It served as a dip for lightly blanched asparagus, presented standing up in a tall glass. Wonderful combo! **Plan on making double or quadruple the recipe!</p>
Source: Cooking club, not sure of the book
Servings: 2
Ingredient keywords: garlic
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Garlic-Parmesan Hasselback Zucchini

From Conway, AR

<p>&#8220;Sneak lots of flavor into this summer favorite.&#8221;</p>
Source: Eating Well Magazine July/August 2016 pg. 39
Servings: 4 (1 zucchini each)
Ingredient keywords: oregano, garlic, beaverfork, zucchini
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Garlicky potatoes with greens and olives

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Anything with potatoes and olives has to be good! Two of my favorite things.</p>
Source: Adapted from: Wild about Greens by Nava Atlas
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: potato, kale, garlic, basil
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From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>And to say <strong>Ta Ta!</strong> to the summer season, celebrate (or cry) with a fresh bowl of cool and tangy vegetable soup.</p>
Source: Not sure...the InterWeb
Servings: 4-6
Ingredient keywords: garlic, onion, cucumber, pepper, tomato, zucchini, celery, jalapeno
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Gazpacho Andaluz recipe

From Old99Farm Market

<p>Another amazing way to eat fresh tomatoes! In honour of our Spanish help-x guest.<br /> Easy to blend a batch and keep in your fridge. The flavours develop the longer you chill it.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Kelly's Spanish friends in Mallorca!
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: bread, tomato, cucumber, onion, pepper, vinegar, oil
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Georgia Deep Dish Peach Pie

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>This pie recipe for from 1974 is a delicious way to use peaches! For the crust you can either make your own or use a pre-made pastry dough. Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p> Vegetarian!
Source: The Georgia Market Bulletin
Servings: Not listed
Ingredient keywords: peach, flour, butter, vanilla, coffee
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Georgia Shrimp and Radish Salad

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>This recipe highlights the exquisite flavors of numerous locally sourced ingredients! Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p>
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: shrimp, radish, radish, onion, fennel, honey, mint
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Ginger Ale

From ALFN Local Food Club

<p>I&#8217;ve heard amazing things about this recipe, and we finally have the chance to make a drink like this with <span class="caps">HOME</span> <span class="caps">GROWN</span> ginger. In fact, this recipe came from the couple that grows our ginger (cliffhanger). Good for any party!</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Laughing Stock Farms
Servings: 12 servings
Ingredient keywords: Ginger
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Ginger Carrots

From CSA Farmers Market

<p>Very yummy way to enjoy carrots!</p>
Source: Nourishing Traditions
Servings: 1 quart
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