A self explanatory post.
A self explanatory post.
Yes. I do.
Yup. Can't use too much.
Yup. Both ways.
garlic salt is my fave! especially on chislic! yum...
Gotta be fresh garlic...not out of cans, bottles and shakers.
I can't get enough garlic! It's good with all kinds of food.
Can't get enough. Couldn't live without it.
Cooking them especially pan frying crushed cloves of garlic makes them golden, soft, aromatic, sweet. What's not to like when stir frying vegetables and braising meat too?
Love it, especially fresh.
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Love garlic in practically everything. Can't have too much.
It's really the only spice that actually matters.
I have not had a lot of it, but it seems tasty.
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LOL Lex, i could agree with them more!!!
The best variation i have tasted to date is at the local Thai Noodle Shop (and i love garlic in everything and in every state)
They slowly roast the garlic until it can be flaked into a dry topping that looks like bread crumbs...... AMAZING
I am Sicilian, of course I love garlic!
My grandfather on my mother's side would eat a clove of it raw, washed down with a a glass of red wine. It was his health routine!
My grandfather on my father's side was a chef in the Italian Navy. Garlic was one of his seasonings of choice.
My mother also cooked with garlic regularly. She would often stud roasts (both beef and pork) with slivers of garlic.
And like my ancestors, I also cook with it. It is a great seasoning and flavor enhancer. But I am not one to eat it raw.
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Yes. I grew to love it when i learned of it's health benefits.
I especially like it when camping, because mosquitoes and ticks don't.
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I use garlic in numerous recipes. A few ideas:
Salad dressing - chopped garlic, extra virgin olive oil, and vinegar. Why buy bottled when you can make your own, it's is so much better.
Homemade pesto - fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, Peccorino Romano Cheese, and pine nuts.
I like garlic and it's one of aphrodisiac food, guiys!
*Garlic Aeoli is like manna from heaven
If garlic were a man, I would fuck and impregnate him.
Providing he would not smell garlicy though
I love them cooked or raw. Better raw. Thus Aglio e Olio is one of my favourite spaghetti.
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There is no such thing as too much garlic! Garlic is like air, you need it!
However, no garlic and little garlic? Urgh, sorry, not my cuppa tea.
You should be ashamed of yourself if you hate garlic!
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A nice, Herb-y, warm, Garlic Bread is one of the BEST things... EVER!!!
I use it on almost everything for my evening dinners.
Basically everything with butter and garlic could catapult you to 7th heaven
like Butter Garlic crab from india for sample: http://chowtimes.com/2011/07/26/50-m...elicious-food/
In food? Yes.
As topping? Yes.
By itself? No.
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I don't mind garlic. But, I want people to stop molesting my mashed potatoes with it. It does not belong in mashed potatoes.
I adore garlic.
I love it, cooked of course. I make a greaaaaat balik kavurma (search for the recipe) and I always put extra fresh garlic, it tastes amahzeeng!
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I like garlic, but I like most foods and don't enjoy garlic any more than other ingredients. There's such a thing as poor quality garlic (I'm looking at you, China) and of course poorly used garlic (so suffers too many a caesar salad).
Garlic might be worth dying for. Bernard Loiseau's signature frogs legs with garlic puree and parsley jus sounds like heaven.
The garlic for the puree must be repeatedly poached in fresh batches of liquid until all the pungency of the garlic has been sweetened and mellowed. Of course, Bernard Loiseau shot his own head off, trying to keep his Michelin stars at Saulieu. So it may be better to save such a recipe for sometime when you have lots of time to spare.
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I use it a lot. Couldn't live without it.
LOVE garlic! Esp on bread, pizza or any food.
I love garlic, I could add it to just about any dish and enjoy it (even more)!
I'm Asian so yes! I love using it when cooking!
Love it in Spag Bol
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Apart from its flavour enhancing powers, garlic is a powerful anti bacterial agent recommended for relieving the symptoms of sore throats, and runny noses. For the mature person garlic is ideal for treating hypertension and is effective, combined with orthodox medication treating bronchial related issues. Olympic athletes in Ancient Greece were given garlic - possibly the earliest example of "performance enhancing" agents used in sports.
I do like it. If raw, it has to be chopped up.
I am trying to think if I cook anything major that doesn't have garlic in it.
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Saddened to read Dereperez and Blackbeltninja's posts. I miss them.