Monday, November 16, 2009

Roasted Garlic Ⓥ


I thought I would start thing off with a simple yet so delectable recipe. Garlic is a staple in my home, I use it in a lot of my cooking. I love the rich robust flavor.

Roasted Garlic is a classic with many versatile uses like, spreading on toasted bread, using in pasta dishes or a great pizza topping. Roasted garlic also has homeopathic purposes.


• 1 whole garlic
• good olive oil
• tin foil


Trim the tippy top off the whole garlic, place on a sheet of tin foil. Curl tin foil around garlic. Pour a good olive oil over the top. Place in a baking dish and bake at 375˙ for 1 hour or until caramelized. Let cool and peel paper from your cloves. Garlic should be pasty and spreadable.




  1. Congratulations on this AMAZING new blog Laura!!! It simply looks YUMMMMMMY!!! I love garlic and can't wait to try this!!! What a great recipe!! Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with us!! Big hugs and highfives!!!!
    Sankari :)

  2. Congrats on your awesome new blog adventure!! I have a love for food and I will be a frequent visitor for sure. I love doing roasted garlic, too. It is a nice yummy treat on any day.

    Amy ♥

  3. This is a stunner my friend - Congrats. I love it and the food you make :)

  4. Love the new blog! Roasted garlic is one of my favs too. Looking forward to many great food creations!

  5. Congratulations on the new blog. Looks delicious already - I am such a garlic fan myself!

    Bookmarking your blog for sure
    K xx

  6. I am so happy that you are a foodie! I love cooking, I just don't do it much lately, I have been under the weather! I have a culinary herb garden and I have lots of cookbooks and gadgets. I do love simple, but delicious. What is your favorite type of cuisine? Mine is Italian and next off the land, such as fresh water fish and veggies! I love authentic Mexican as well. If you ever need any special Mexican spices, I live 20 miles from Mexicali and although I never will go there, we have plenty of stores that have hard to find spices in other parts of the country.

  7. Laura, this is great! I'm always drooling over the things that you post about on fb! Looking forward to this new venture of yours :)


  8. Thank you all for you sweet comments! I am so excited about this blog :) I have tons of ideas.

    Natalie, I love all types of foods with Italian being high on the list ;) That is so sweet of you to offer to get me spices I might have to take you up on that! :D

  9. Well look at you go girlie! I love this idea! Can't wait to see whatcha got up your sleeve! HUGS!

  10. Your blog is FANTASTIC!!! I'm adding you to my reader right now! :-) I can't wait to see all that you have to share... Lord knows I need the help! Lol!

    Oh... and... I ♥ food, TOO!

  11. I have to tell you that I roasted my first garlic this afternoon, thanks to you! Smelled heavenly!
    I'm going to put it in your pasta tonight!

  12. Yay Audrey! I am hope you like it. :)


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