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Reminder: Yes, Of Course You Can Pair Garlic With That!

This is just a reminder that the deadline for Yes, Of Course You Can Pair Garlic With That! is Monday, October 8th!

To participate in Yes, Of Course You Can Pair Garlic With That!, all you have to do is cook a dish that pairs garlic with something it’s not usually paired with. I have a really strong preference for seeing garlic/hazelnut dishes, but any unusual garlic pairing is fair game. Have fun with this!

The deadline is October 8, 2007 and I’ll post a round-up shortly thereafter.

Be sure to link back to this entry in your post. And once you’ve posted your entry, please send an email to me at habeasbrulee@gmail.com. The subject line should read “Yes, Of Course You Can Pair Garlic With That!”. Please attach a photo of your dish (if you have one) to the email, and tell me:

Your name
Where you live
Your blog’s name
Your blog’s URL
The name of your dish
Your entry’s URL

If you don’t have a food blog, feel free to post your entry on your non-food blog or in the comments to the original post.

More information available at the original post.

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7 Responses to “Reminder: Yes, Of Course You Can Pair Garlic With That!”

  1. Kate says:

    hehe this seems like a really fun competition. You’ll definately be having a lot of fun receiving the entries.
    And thats a really nice shot of the hazelnuts and garlic.

  2. Yvo says:

    Doh! I haven’t had any time to do this… darn it!

    PS BTW, though it makes sense that it was you, the link didn’t work and definitely didn’t bring me back here; were you asking me where I got my lunch jar bento? Let me know and I’ll pass along the info!

  3. Lizet says:

    Too late, today is Oct.8 and I have some great ideas of pairing garlic and hazelnuts. As a crust to fish, or pork, for instance. But… not time to try this week. What about garlic and marmalade?

  4. brilynn says:

    I had such good intentions of participating! I made a garlic and hazelnut pesto, but my ingredients were past their prime and it did NOT work out the way I had planned.

  5. Danielle says:

    I am so absurdly busy, I’m thinking of extending the deadline a week, since I don’t have time do a round-up tomorrow anyway. I hope you all do just send in entries a little late!

  6. ejm says:

    Lizet, I bet that garlic and marmalade would be terrific as a rub before grilling meat!

    Glad to see that you did extend the deadline, Danielle. The way I see it, the more “garlic and …” recipes, the merrier!


  7. Hey Danielle, sorry but I won’t be able to participate because I am leaving for a 2+ weeks vacation starting next week. I am actually clearing out all the random stuff in my fridge now…and no more garlic in sight!

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