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    The Stinking Rose

    Garlic is also known as "the stinking rose," a term reportedly going back to Greek and Roman times. And OH how I love garlic! Here's a large and widely varied collection of garlic recipes that look delicious. Although there are a very small number included that use dried/granulated/powdered garlic, most of these recipes use fresh garlic. Enjoy! Please sort these recipes as (via the pulldown menu or sidebar) to what you would like to view best - either those I've most recently added or those which are most "highest rated" or "vegetarian" or whatever. There are an awful lot of options here. It's up to you.
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    Delicious served as a first course on a bed of greens. Adapted from, “California The Beautiful Cookbook.”

    Recipe #115855

    This is from The Totally Garlic Cookbook, via DIY network. So easy and so good! The size of the pickling spice is estimated.

    Recipe #115273

    My husband brought his variation of this dish from the Netherlands and while I admit to loving garlic, I was a bit hesitant (before I tried it) about loving so MUCH garlic. As many of you know and I soon found out, the sharpness of raw garlic softens considerably into a sweet, creamy loveliness that can't be beat. I started eating this dish with a tiny smidgen of garlic with each bite of chicken and I've since graduated to about 1 clove per bite. Make sure everyone you plan to meet in the next three days also eats it or you could be jailed for assault with a deadly breath.

    Recipe #108322

    Chef Tom Kenny of Mike Ditka's Restaurant in Chicago is the creator of this delicious marinade and Orange Aioli. I confess I've left the pork in the marinade for up to a couple of days and I think it tastes even better. And the Orange Aioli is to die for and in fact tastes good as a chicken sandwich dressing. All in all, it's a great sandwich and very easy! Prep time includes marinating the pork.

    Recipe #103432

    I was hungry for mussels the other night and could not find a recipe that I liked in any of my cooking books, so I improvised and added ingredients that I had on hand and that I also like. I have to say it came out pretty good.

    Recipe #98198

    You can do this with any white fish, sea bass is great this way. Fish is often served this way in the Canary Islands, though usually it is the whole fish instead of fillets. YUM!

    Recipe #57919

    Yummy. I love mahi mahi and this is a terrific sauce.

    Recipe #100865

    Adapted from Martin Yan's Chinese Cooking for Dummies. This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. It makes enough for two meals. Having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. My son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! WARNING about the amount of soy sauce. When I used Kikkoman soy sauce, I found this sauce far too salty. I now use Angostura, which is much lower in salt. When adding soy sauce, start with less than half the amount and slowly add more to taste. Using vegetable broth makes this vegetarian. Yield: 1 3/4 cups (couldn't get that amount entered)

    Recipe #87748

    Recipe #99490

    This is one of my favorites as it is very tasty, yet easy to make. Can be served with rice.

    Recipe #104987

    The first time I had a date over for dinner, I rang my mother and said, 'Help, I've never cooked anything more extravegant than a fried egg, what can I cook that will make me look like a master chef but won't take the skill of one?' Her response was immediate and the result was amazing. And best of all, it is so BASIC!

    Recipe #98041

    This is a great 'salad' that may be best served as an appetizer. Crusty bread to accompany (and to spread extra skordalia on).

    Recipe #59112

    For serious garlic pizza lovers only, this is one of the most amazing pizzas I have ver come across. A bottle of Chianto Ruffino wine is a must with this awesome pizza!

    Recipe #98973

    This is adapted from a Gulf News cookery book that is the most used book in my collection due to the simplicity and flavour of the recipes it contains.

    Recipe #88758

    Lightly sweet and savoury with a delicate but addicting flavor. The original recipe called for currants and almonds, but since I didn't have either, I came up with this winning variation. Prep time doesn't include soaking the cranberries or refrigeration.

    Recipe #83761

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    An addition of garlic to my dried peppers recipe #73907. Make your own chile powder or flakes with those extra garden peppers. Be sure to use gloves when handling hot peppers. Becareful when grinding not to get any of the pepper dust into your nose and eyes. As they dry in the oven you'll find yourself sneezing from them. Make your own chile powder with those extra garden peppers. The amount depends on how many you dry.

    Recipe #76201

    This creamy, gooey, gorgeous white lasagna will impress your special guests and loved ones. Mild, but with many subtle flavors, it makes for elegant comfort food. Though the recipe appears long, it breaks down into easy steps and can be prepared for baking the day before. Prep time includes roasting times (when you can be doing something else). Those who dislike ricotta may not mind it here, as it dissolves into the sauce.

    Recipe #65007

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A butterflied leg is usually of uneven thickness. When it is grilled, there will be rare(125-130 degrees, medium rare 130-145 degrees, and medium-well 145 and up sections to satisfy everyone.

    Recipe #61191

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