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Garlic Fries — 10 Comments

  1. It’s good to be reminded that the good/healthy that is provided for us is also tasty! I love garlic, to the point of eating it raw. I didn’t know about the heart-health of it, so thanks for even more excuse to eat garlic! 🙂

    • Thanks, Lynn. I’ve heard garlic is a very fine food, healthy too. It’s cleansing to the system and adds flavor. We live not far from Gilroy–home of the Garlic Festival! So we have plenty of it around here.

  2. Northern Chinese cooking is very big on fresh garlic. I sizzle garlic slices in the cooking oil for a second or two before I stir the vegetables in. I also eat garlic raw when I have my hand-made multi-grained pasta with fresh tomato sauce, just like I did today. (Yes, I make sure it’s the day I stay away from people). Crushed fresh garlic also makes tasty sauce for dipping my hand-make pot-stickers with vinegar and sesame seed oil. Thanks Karen, for writing about something I know well. It makes me feel good, even special.

    • Thank you, Jing. Your cooking sounds wonderful. I can almost smell and taste it. Enjoy this beautiful gift God gave you. You are special!

  3. Karen, a Garlic Festival? Never heard of that.

    Sounds interesting and tasty and no one would complain about anyone’s bad breath. You could eat garlic for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

    Wouldn’t that be awesome? Might have to add that to my bucket list. 🙂

    Smiles, BRC

    • Congrats on appearing at the Fair. We won’t make it this year. Charles has a medical procedure scheduled on Tues. and will be at Dominican Hospital overnight. But hope all goes well for you. I miss seeing you.

  4. Karen I am hungry for some garlic fries now! I think I’d like to make my own garlic fries. Thank you so much for all of your inspirational writing. Bless you my friend.

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