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 Featherstone Farm of Rushford, Minnesota.
— Featherstone Farm, Rushford, Minnesota.
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