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Garlic on parade

May 10, 2010

Here is our second virtual veg of the month collection featuring SPRING GARLIC and RAMPS!  Hope you all get lots of ideas for new and fabulous ways to use these gorgeous spring treats.  If you want to know more about these vegetables and what exactly they are, how they are related to each other and to their garlicky cousins, you can find out more on our previous garlic post.  If you whip up something wonderful in the next few weeks feel free to post a link in the comments section — its never to late to have great ways to use garlic!

NEXT MONTH our round up will feature BEETS, and we will post it on JUNE 10th, please submit by June 9th.  You can submit by emailing a photo of  your dish (600 pixels wide)  and a link to your blog post/recipe (or to flickr if you don’t have a blog) to email@innbrooklyn.com.  Please use the word ‘beets’ in the email subject line.  If you have a previous beet dish, feel free to submit that too.

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And now, without further ado:

wisconsin pie collage

Wisconsin Pie from Cakewalk

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Roasted-ramp-stuffed-trout

Roasted Ramp Stuffed Trout with Asparagus Salad from What Julia Ate

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wild garlic pesto

Wild Garlic Pesto from Buttermilk Party Cake

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scallops and ramps

Seared Sea Scallops with Creamy Spring Ramps from Burp! Where Food Happens

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asparagus gratin

Potato and Asparagus Gratin with green  garlic crispies from Dash and Bella

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Green garlic fettuccine from innBrooklyn

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. May 10, 2010 9:31 pm

    I am so proud to be sharing space over here with all these fine garlic pals! They all look gorgeous, and sound even better. (Doesn’t “green garlic crispies” have the best ring to it? Man, I’m there! )
    p.s. That beet picture is stunning!

    • May 11, 2010 7:44 am

      Thanks Julia: hope the beet pic will inspire everyone to get cooking and submitting again!

  2. May 10, 2010 10:21 pm

    Yeeeahh for Spring Garlics! I’d happily make any and all of these dishes, and the photos are all great, too!

    • May 11, 2010 7:44 am

      Me too: in fact I’m going to get more ramps and green garlic at the market this week while I still can!

  3. May 11, 2010 4:20 am

    Wow! Everything looks fantastic- I suddenly have a burning desire for more wild garlic in my life…

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