|memedumpster - 2011-12-20 |
This is the FIRST food culture oriented anything that I have ever seen of value.
|BaconAficionado - 2011-12-20 |
You can also just keep it in in the the plastic grocery bag and do this.
Yeah, just give it a few whacks on the table, or your significant other.
|pineapplejuicer - 2011-12-20 |
if i may completely cracker out for a second here, a four year subscription to saveur for under was one of the best impulse internet deal investments ive ever made. de-fucking-licious recipes.
|Menudo con queso - 2011-12-20 |
This could save years of kitchen labor for me. My skittish cat, however, will hate it until the day she dies.
|Oscar Wildcat - 2011-12-20 |
Really not sure when I would need this trick; do you all use garlic by the head? I smash a clove with the flat of my knife and remove the heart, no peeling or picking necessary.
If you like a garlic, plant a few of the biggest cloves. They grow easily and you'll eventually get more garlic.
|mouser - 2011-12-20 |
No way this actually works >:-/ Withholding rating until I try this.
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-12-20 |
Advice for retarded people. Garlic is really complicated.
|Callamon - 2011-12-21 |
Not pictured: owning two large metal bowls, getting out two large metal bowls, washing two large metal bowls, drying two large metal bowls, putting away two large metal bowls, needing a whole head of garlic.
Damn near every time I make a batch of sauce or slow cook a stew, I used a whole head. That's right, my taste isn't subtle, but I know what I like.
In my case, I tried it using a coffee mug, and I washed it so that I wouldn't have garlic flavored coffee next time.
Pastor is clearly autistic.
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