Leftover garlic is a crime. Or, in my case, a myth. It’s my catnip. Whenever I have some lying around after grilling or barbecuing, I’ll make whatever excuse I need to cook it up and eat it. Like any honest addict, I eventually gave up the pretense and started mainlining it. Instead of a spoon and lighter, though, I use a grill and a spatula for mainlining my drug of choice. Grilled garlic is one of the easiest appetizers ever.
Looking for a unique appetizer that goes back to the Victorian era but is rarely served today? Try chicken livers at your next cocktail or dinner party.
You’re getting ready for the annual gourd gouging for Halloween and you have a couple of “Great Pumpkins” ready for carving that provided a good supply of pumpkin seeds. Aside from saving some seeds for planting next spring, roast the seeds for treats… and they make great gifts! This recipe has some spice (and some booze) to make it a bit more interesting.