Everything Tastes Better with Garlic: Positively Irresistible Recipes

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Chronicle Books, Aug 10, 2012 - Cooking - 132 pages
Wake up and smell the stinking rose—with more than 65 delicious ways to celebrate glorious garlic. Sara Perry shares her favorite recipes for everything from classic Caesar Salad to tangy Beef Tenderloin with Port Garlic Sauce to flagrantly daring Nervy, Heavenly Garlic Ice Cream. With its powerful flavor and surprising ability to mix well with others, garlic makes for pastas with punch; soups and salads that have something important to say; meats, poultry, and seafood that rise up and sing; and vegetables with enough talent to be the main attraction. Whether mashed, minced, chopped, crushed, or sliced, garlic always shows off its distinctive flavor, from tried and true Old-Fashioned Garlic Bread to Perry originals like Forty-Cloves-and-Who's-Counting Chicken and Chilled Cucumber Soup with Garlic and Mint. For garlic gourmands, there's a handy resource guide with farms and garden sources, a year-round calendar of garlic festivals, and tips on interesting books and Web sites. With recipes this delicious, no one will need convincing: Everything Tastes Better With Garlic.
 

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Garlic can certainly kick the flavor of any dish up a notch or two, and Perry (Everything Tastes Better with Bacon; Summertime Treats) offers this slim volume dedicated to the intense bulb. She ... Read full review

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Sara Perry is the author of numerous cookbooks including The New Complete Coffee Book, The New Tea Book, and Summertime Treats. A columnist for the Oregonian and radio commentator, she lives in Portland, Oregon.

France Ruffenach is a San Francisco based photographer whose work has appeared in such magazines as Bon Appetit and Parenting.

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