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Liz

I love garlic scapes...we grow about 60 or so heads of garlic, so I usually have more scapes than I can deal with. Even tried garlic scape pesto for the first time this year. Not something to eat raw, no sir.

Marcia

DARN! I wish we didn't have so many deer...no way can I have special stuff like that lily. I'm stuck with some common iris and lady's mantle. Nice plants, but...

Kristen

garlic scraps, eh? I'll have to see if there are any hanging around the farmer's market here. I love garlic; especially roasted and smeared on good bread.

Kristen

ack! and by scraps I meant "scapes!" really!

claudia

Mmmm. Home cooked meals. I've forgotten what that's like.

Cordelia

I love the argyranthema; that daisy-form has really caught my attention recently.

Lorette

Those sound yummy; I'll have to see if the market here has them.
How's your foot doing? Are you making it through the days at work OK?

Kathy

We have garlic scapes from our organic farm too -- we saute them with swiss chard and other greens, bit of olive oil and ginger. Looked like a fabulous party!!

Carole

Never heard of garlic scrapes but I'm guessing they are delicious. And don't you just love Penzey's?

Juno

Desperate? Spinning?
It seems wrong somehow.

Wanna come over and saute some scapes for me?

And that lily...no words.

Kerstin

Oh, wow, I love your argyranthema. Awesome!

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