In the western world, the old world, food which grew below ground was deemed inferior and suited only for the dirt-grubbing lowly peasantry.
But how good could cooking possibly be without onions, carrots, and garlic?
Carrots we are harvesting aplenty, and more on the onion situation later. For now though, here’s the garlic:
As an experiment, Liz planted seed last fall. Turns out it works, so there will definitely be more of this next year.
Now I’m just waiting for tomatoes.