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    « A Hot and Sunny July Friday Off Means... | Main | Red Scarf No. 2 »

    Sunday, July 12, 2009


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    Does counting garlic make you sleepy?


    Beautiful! Hardneck or softneck garlic??


    Hee. Garlic... they're sneaky. They LOVE being photographed but counted? not so much, so they're sneaky. and dazzle you ;^)


    OBVIOUSLY Mr. J. sneaks off with one head of garlic just to mess with your mind.
    LOVE the collage!


    So jealous!



    Oh. God. Gaaaaaarrrrrrrlic!


    Your lovely photos reminded me that I needed to harvest my garlic, too! I dug it out today and it looks great. I have less than you do (and less than I usually have) because I finally realized that we never use it all before it gets soft. Even though it lasts a long time, I tend to ration it because it's so good and don't give much away because I want to keep it all for us! Maybe I should look into ways of preserving it in jars or something. Have any ideas?

    elizabeth a airhart

    good night


    We're looking forward to the Gilroy, CA (Garlic capital of the world!) Garlic Festival in two weeks. Rumor has it that there will be a garlic mojito. Not sure how that will go down, but I'll try anything once!


    Mmmmm, garlic. Love.

    Wanda in AR

    Love garlic but then again I grew up in the Garlic Capital of the World, Gilroy, CA.


    Seriously, mine does NOT look like that! I'll take a photo. When I unpack from a weekend visit with the youngest grandchild.....way more fun than garlic!

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