“In The Kitchen” – Garlic Sprouts

It’s Round Robin Photo Challenge time again!  This time around it’s all about what goes on in “your” kitchen.  Which, in my case, really is a whole lot of nothing most of the time.  So little so, in fact, I actually have been wondering since I heard of our assignment what it was I could possibly do!  (After all, I already used up cookies I baked in the LAST challenge – smile!)  Well, a couple of days ago I was looking in my spice cupboard to see what spices I needed to think about getting for the upcoming holiday baking season, and I found this!

(Garlic Sprouts, originally uploaded by Blah Blah Blog)

I have had potatoes sprout on me, and I have had an onion sprout on me, and I have grown all manner of science experiments in my fridge, but I had no idea that garlic would grow if left alone long enough!  Who knew???  So, in a somewhat graphic way, you can see just what doesn’t (and what does!) go on in MY kitchen!  Do you think garlic sprouts taste good?  I’m tempted, I tellya, I tempted!

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12 responses to ““In The Kitchen” – Garlic Sprouts

  • Carly

    Hi Linda 🙂

    I really like the lighting on your photo a lot! Very artsy my dear! 🙂

    Always, Carly

  • Janet

    It’s an alien!!!!!!!!!

  • Shirley

    A great picture. I’ve had a sprouted garlic visit my kitchen too. 🙂



  • Suzanne R

    My garlic tends to sprout at times before I get to it, too. 😉 Alton Brown of Food Network’s “Good Eats” says garlic that’s sprouted is bitter, but he always weighs his flour, too, so I don’t go along with everything he says. LOL! Nice picture — let me know if the sprouts are good. 🙂

  • Danella

    What a great photo! I love to use garlic in just about everything I make.

  • Teena

    I love garlic! Lots of it!

    Thanks for stopping by mine 🙂

  • Gattina

    When I have eaten that, want to spend some time with me in the elevator ??
    Thanks for your comments on my kitchen ! But I always played ! Sometimes I didn’t get it that’s true or I were early or I were too late !

    I really don’t know how suddenly I arrived in Blogger Germany ! I didn’t even know that it existed ! I put a comment in Henny’s blog and there she was. It’s nice isn’t it. Do you know some chinese or other exotic bloggers ?

  • Kerrin

    Love the photo. Your blog is really interesting. I don’t do the talking very well so now try to stick to pics. Would have loved to be no. 300,000 but no. The photo of the snow at the rocky’s is fantastic. It looks like a painting.

  • Becky

    Hee hee! I’ve had that happen too. Sprouted onions, potatoes, garlic…I can get those to grow, but I kill all my house plants. Go figure.

  • Karen Funk Blocher

    That’s very nicely composed, and very pretty, the way the counter actually goes with the bulb. I hope you planted it!

  • wayne

    i am looking for images of onions sprouting from seed got any leads/cool websitekilroy was here

    Wayne: Nope. Sorry. I sure don’t. — Lou

  • Danielle Charles

    My DF saw this same thing going on in my kitchen, he wrote a poem;

    A garlic that put out a sprout
    In the plant version of a shout,
    “I just want to live,
    I have so much to give!”
    Filled with love from its root to its snout.

    – Vance Julien

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