Dedicated to garlic lovers…Garlic is an onion-like highly aromatic bulb with a distinct flavour and many health benefits… Native to Central Asia and Northeast Iran garlic has long been used as a seasoning and for medicine in Asia, Africa and in Europe around the Mediterranean Sea. Wild Garlic was used as far back as […]
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I love garlic and use it as much as I can – using as much as I can! It always tastes great with a roasted chicken like this:
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Thank you for sharing, John I know you will agree you can never have too much garlic 🙂