Looking for new cooking ideas to bring to the table? Since our garlic is grown locally and we have a great farmer’s market, you can enjoy a new kind of vegetable – garlic scapes. The scapes are the flower stems that the hardneck garlic plants produce before the bulbs mature. We remove the scapes to divert the plant’s energy toward bigger bulbs. When harvested while they are young and tender, the scapes are delicious. Scapes provide an early substitute for fresh grown garlic and have a milder flavor.
We realize that to many, garlic scapes are new. So, we came up with a two-page flyer to describe how to use garlic scapes in recipes and help make them a part of your kitchen.
Help us promote the use of these delicious, locally grown vegetables! Print this flyer front to back, cut into three strips and share with your friends.