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Valerie G. December 5, 2018
I wonder where one can get burning sticky fresh garlic? What if one has to use regular garlic cloves and how much?
Kristen M. December 5, 2018
Hi Valerie—she just means the freshest garlic you can find. I like to squeeze the garlic heads at the store until I find one that's *very* firm, with no give (if the cloves are squishy or loose in their skins, they're likely older and will taste funkier and less fresh).
Ashley J. January 22, 2015
This sounds interesting! I appreciate trying new techniques and although the idea of putting ice in a salad seems, odd - You never know until you try it. It's always trial and error. That's how you learn new, different, and sometimes better ways of constructing your meals. I cant wait to try it!
Pamelarkspur January 21, 2015
A cup of melting crushed ice? Is watery salad a good thing? If "the garlic is ferocious and needs to be tamed by the water," why not just use less garlic?
Barbara B. January 21, 2015
Endive, not escarole.
Lynn D. January 21, 2015
2 cups of salt?
Kristen M. January 21, 2015
Apologies for the typo -- it's been fixed now. It's "2 serious pinches kosher salt".
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