garlicky garlicky  /ˈɡɑr lɪ ki/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) relating to or tasting or smelling of garlic

Usage(s):

  1. The cast is brilliant, the singing rich in the best garlicky Italian tradition.
  2. With all three going at once in opposition, all England usually hears of Radio-Eireann is an occasional bit of brogue breaking through a great and garlicky palaver.
  3. But don't expect the garlicky, buttery taste of French escargots.

News

  1. Dish of the Week: Chorizo at Campino in Newark

    The dish: The chorizo at Campino in Newark — already smoky red from its paprika, and garlicky too — is likely the restaurant’s most dramatic dish. (Although, to be honest, the impressive skillet of paella comes a close second.) The...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Star-Ledger

  2. Are garlic scapes the new ramps? They’re flying off shelves

    Greenmarket devotees who have been lining up to buy ramps—those garlicky wild onions that have been going for upwards of $17 a pound the past few years—have found another trendy member of the allium family to obsess over: garlic scapes.For years, gardeners and even farmers have been lopping off garlic scapes—the stalks of hardneck garlic plants—and tossing them in compost piles, but over the ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

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