I wrote a post here on how to make roasted garlic.
Garlic is very healthy and we eat it as often as we can, year round.
Recently I've been adding it to my no-knead bread recipe and making garlic, rosemary loaves.
We don’t grow garlic in our garden but I do buy it by the three pound bag. I can't say enough about the health benefits of eating garlic.
It is known for purifying the blood and reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and clotting. It also works as an antibiotic against various forms of staphylococcus, salmonella, dysentery, and typhus. Garlic clears phlegm and is a natural treatment for colds, bronchitis, pulmonary tuberculosis and whooping cough. Tests done on it's health benefits suggests that it aids in treating lead poisoning, carcinomas and diabetes. It also repels insects and can be applied to bites and stings
We also made some LOVEly eggs- thanks to the mail I got from:
I ate my egg with roasted garlic spread in lieu of butter- so delicious.
We made this meal for dinner:
Dr. J chopped up herbs oregano and thyme from our garden and a few cloves of roasted garlic to make this herbed butter.
The next day for lunch we made steak sandwiches on garlic bread:
The tomato was as good as it looks!
What are some ways you like to use garlic?