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Old 01-05-2007, 01:03 PM
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Default Roasted Garlic

I have been roasting garlic while cooking other dishes and it's worked well.

Just cut the top of the garlic bulb off, drizzle some olive oil into the bulb/cloves and put it in with whatever you're roasting.

You can save this roasted garlic for a long time in your fridge. We pull off the roasted garlic pieces and use them for a variety of dishes. Today they went on lamb sandwiches. We've also used them on Pizzas with good success. Salads....

Wherever you like a roasted garlic flavor.

Salut...to your good health.

(I knew an old Finn, Marco, who ate a whole head of garlic every day!!!!, he also took snow showers in the middle of a Keeweenaw winter!! Lived into his mid 90's.)
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Old 01-08-2007, 12:00 AM
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Here are some photos. Garlic going in with Eggplant and then Red Onions.
and one of the garlic coming out with red onions!
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