My little farm has an abundance of garlic scapes. They store for a few weeks in the fridge or can be chopped and frozen for later use. I am using them in my daily cooking and they cook a lot like green onions and add a nice garlicky background to food. It's not an overwhelming hot garlic flavor. They are mild and tender.
My question is about how can I promote these scapes to get them out there in someone's kitchen. I have listed them online at EatGreenDFW.com but I am looking for more ideas and recipes. I grow a lot of heirloom and things you don't find in most grocery stores so this problem comes up each season. People just don't know what to do with unfamiliar veggies and I need to get them to try them and learn how to use them.
Are you buying anything new and interesting?
I am sure a lot of market growers can benefit from your answers. We need to connect with adventurous cooks and eaters. Taking them to the farmer's market is only going to work if people are coming to the market with a willingness and desire to discover something new and delicious.
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