The summer after I graduated college, I enrolled in a language program at Yonsei University, i.e. party time in Seoul. It was quite a summer and while I did return home speaking Korean fluently, it was not because I went to class everyday (I did), but because I spent the weekends with my relatives where...Read More »
Use pickled garlic in salad dressings or as part of a pickle plate. They're particularly good when drizzled with a bit of fruity oil. During dinner prep, I'll often coarsely chop the pickled cloves and add them to sautéed vegetables, as they add both flavor and add an acidic punch to the finished dish. When the jar is all gone, I save the leftover brine and use in homemade bean purees or quickly dressed bowls of salad greens.