Monday, February 16, 2015

A Year of Gratitude, Day 46

Over the weekend Jim read about a customer review about Black Garlic, a food truck operating not far from us. Intrigued by the name, he googled "black garlic" and discovered that black garlic is a low-temperature, slow-roasted condiment in which the natural sugars found in garlic are crystallized until they are black in color. Being the adventurer that he is, he decided we needed to try to make some black garlic. we found this small rice cooker at HEB in The Vintage. It is packed with  bulbs of garlic wrapped in an aluminum foil package. The rice cooker is set on warm. Supposedly in 10 days we'll have a potful of garlic deliciousness. In the meantime, my house is filled with the aroma of garlic. I guess we will be  well-protected in case of  a vampire invasion.

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