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Down & Dirty

Down & Dirty: Garlic Scapes

By • July 13, 2012 • 9 Comments

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Garlic is a funny -- and extremely versatile -- plant: it's planted in the late fall, after most other plants are done for the season, and sleeps all winter long before sprouting come springtime. The bulbs aren't ready to harvest until summer -- and even then they need a weeks-long curing period to dry them out for long-term storage. Fortunately, there are other ways to get your garlic fix in spring and early summer. Young garlic is one -- the bulbs are soft, mild, and not yet hardened into cloves -- and garlic scapes are another.

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Amanda's Kids' Lunch

Amanda's Kids' Lunch

By • June 28, 2012 • 0 Comments

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Today in Walker's and Addie's lunches, we have lots of crunch and aromatics plus a sweet-tangy dessert.

Tuna and bacon join garlic scapes, celery, radish, and basil in a salad, served on thin slices of brioche with homemade aioli and avocado slices. On the side, sugared strawberries are balanced with crème fraîche.

What's in your lunchbox?

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