In this recipe, scapes are combined with a small amount of basil to make a spicy, summery pesto that’s good in pasta or on toast with tomatoes and cheese.
This salad should be called a spring tuna and bean salad, but that ship has sailed, seeing as not only has the solstice come and gone, but July 4th as well.
Garlic scapes are the flower stalks of garlic plants, and are one of those lovely surprises at the spring market.
Garlic’s growing timeline can feel like an eternity for a kindergarten class. But there’s light at the end of the tunnel.
The beet fettuccine is immersed in simple, but flavorful sauce, fueled by the garlicky goodness of garlic scapes.
Honest Cooking wants to be just as trendy as the other kids, so we’re glad Cathy Erway decided to debut with a cool warm salad recipe.