Here’s an easy first recipe to mark the arrival of spring: buy every possible variety of spring onions, shallots, and garlic (including garlic scapes) at your local farmers’ market and turn them into this delicious jam.
This is a home-made copy of "taberu rayu", a delicious, but expensive Japanese chili, garlic and sesame crunchy sauce. Easy, quick, cheap and without taste enhancers, this is one of the most addictive condiments I know.
One of the simplest lacto-fermented recipes you can make. This process changes the flavor and the texture of the garlic, bringing out the richness and diminishing the heat. Eat it cooked, raw, or plain!