Thursday, December 23, 2004

Garlic Ice Cream Recipe

This is just amazing, great for the Christmas (eating) season!

Garlic World Garlic Ice Cream Recipe

Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Spanish Garlic Soup

Recipe sent by Maria

Spanish Garlic Soup, a real treat, especially on cold days (this should have been invented in Canada).

8 cloves of garlic
4 teaspoons olive oil
4 cups of bouillon or consommé
4 raw eggs

Fry the garlic in the olive oil until they are golden brown. Mash them a bit and pour the consommé or bouillon. Let boil for 10 minutes and check on the salt.
Break an egg in each bowl and pour the boiling soup on top of it, be careful not to break the yolk.

Garlic Butter

Recipe sent by Clara.

A standard for any garlic fan - Garlic Butter.

*2-3 cloves of garlic
*1/2 pound butter

Chop or mince the garlic to chunk sizes that appeal to you.
I would soften the butter a bit (microwave or stovetop) then mix in the chunks and beat the whole thing for a while. Put it in a container in your fridge and let it harden.
Voila - garlic butter. Now put it on everything you eat.

Sunday, November 7, 2004


Clilck here to access The Garlic Information Centre.

Friday, November 5, 2004

So what is Garlicster?

Garlicster is a new blog for all things garlic. TBIT came up with the name when we were talking about creating a new site in the internet that would let all garlic lovers in the world be a part of it.
Here's how it works:
Send a garlic recipe (or any other use for garlic), along with your name or nickname, and blog address to Post that same recipe on your blog (if possible) with a link to Garlicster. I will post the recipe on Garlicster, link to your blog and add you to the blogroll. The only requisites are that the recipes be real (i.e. you can actually cook it, they're edible) and that they be in English. And please, if you're going to borrow someone's recipe from the internet, don't copy it word by word, make it your own. All posted recipes will be credited.
It's that easy.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004