Well hello there! I’ve been gone quite a while (three months, in fact). You know it’s bad when your dad starts dropping hints to start posting again 😉 This summer ended up being much busier than I expected, but so goes life. I have a lot of fun stuff to share, though, having traveled back to Asia and San Diego in my time away. Let’s jump right back in to new postings, shall we?
What is green garlic? Green garlic is the young garlic plant, harvested before the bulb has a chance to fully form into cloves; it is a byproduct of thinning down an existing planting of garlic. What was once thrown away or left for the farmer to eat is now celebrated in food circles, and often grown as its own crop.
Here is my first ever CSA box (yippee!!!)