There's a reason that prepared, minced, soaking garlic in stores turns my stomach. It's because I grow my own, and enough to last me and my family the entire year. Super easy to plant, but it takes some old-world wisdom to do it right.
Many foodies look down on garlic powder as a stale, cheap substitute for the real thing. It's a shortcut for lazy cooks, goes this reasoning, but not something a serious chef would consider. But when you make your own, it's a revelation.
Habanero Sriracha has a wonderful fruity, floral, garlicky taste that is balanced in its flavor to heat ratio. After taking most of the seeds out, this hot sauce has plenty of kick and you can taste the uniquely Caribbean flavor of the peppers.
After disappointing seasons of not being able to grow garlic at all we’ve had great results the last few years. With a little practice, garlic is one of the easiest and most satisfying crop to grow, no matter what size of garden you’re tending to.