Lettuce Soup with a Lotta Green Garlic

Lettuce Soup with a Lotta Green Garlic

Nothing screams spring like tiny leafy greens and green garlic. And yes, they can make a yummy soup. At first squint, one might not think this soup would be as tasty the next day, but it certainly is. In case you don’t know, green garlic (also called garlic scapes or...
Nutty Asparagus and Garlic Scapes for Your Salad

Nutty Asparagus and Garlic Scapes for Your Salad

When asparagus is at its pencil thinnest and the garlic scapes first appear, they love to get together with a nut and top your spring greens with joy. (For the uninitiated, garlic scapes—sometimes also called green garlic or whistles—are the long, curly shoots bearing...
Garlic Spinach

Garlic Spinach

This is a decidedly robust—but delicious—side dish, with lots of fresh garlic and succulent spinach. After consuming it, don’t have a job interview or plan to meet the Queen of England the next day. Feel free to adjust the amount of garlic to your personal...
Broccoli with Baby White Turnip and Garlic Scapes Dressing

Broccoli with Baby White Turnip and Garlic Scapes Dressing

Dress up ordinary sautéed broccoli with this most unusual, delicious dressing made with baby turnips and garlic scapes. This unusual recipe is from Nash’s Organic Produce, an award-winning farm located in the North Olympic Peninsula in Washington...
Ultimate Root Soup

Ultimate Root Soup

This is a rich, hearty vegetarian soup full of chunks of potatoes, celery, turnips, cabbage, carrots, and beets, and flavored with leeks, onions, and green garlic. Served with crusty bread, this soup makes a filling meal, especially good on chilly winter nights—or...
Japanese Pickled Garlic Scapes

Japanese Pickled Garlic Scapes

These pickled garlic scapes are zingy and garlicky, a lovely addition when chopped and added to all sorts of dishes like pastas, salads, soups, and casseroles, or served as an accompaniment to rich meats. Garlic scapes are the whip-like stems and immature flower...
Marinated Zucchini

Marinated Zucchini

Garlic whistles (also called “scapes”) are the garlic plant’s immature flower buds, borne on whimsically curving stems in early summer. Chopped, these whistles taste delightfully of garlic without the harsh pungency of the mature bulb. This recipe is courtesy of...
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