wild garlic


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wild garlic

n.
See ramson.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wild garlic - pungent Old World weedy plant
alliaceous plant - bulbous plants having a characteristic pungent onion odor
2.wild garlic - pungent Old World wild onionwild garlic - pungent Old World wild onion  
wild onion - any of various plants of the genus Allium with edible bulbs found growing wild
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He had often, with Baloo's help, robbed bees' nests in single trees, and he knew that the Little People hated the smell of wild garlic.
Buy snowdrops, winter aconite, wild garlic and English bluebell plants with leaves and flowers and plant them in small batches throughout your shrub borders and wild areas of the lawn.
A word of caution - they are highly toxic if ingested and the bulbs have sometimes been mistaken for edible wild garlic, leading to accidental poisoning.
I went with seasonal asparagus with foraged wild garlic and cherry tomatoes linguine with garlic croutes.
QMY niece's front garden is inundated with wild garlic.
Makes 12 Ingredients 320g all butter puff pastry, rolled 500g good quality pork mince 100g Stornoway black pudding Handful of whole leaves of wild garlic, roughly chopped 2 tbsp whole grain mustard Egg yolk, whisked 1 tbsp Maldon salt Fennel seeds Method Preheat your oven to 180C (200C for a fan oven).
For those of you who don't know, what you've actually been smelling is the pungent aroma of wild garlic, which grows for a short spell in woodland every year.
Wild garlic and nettles are the two leaves I would bet most of us could confidently identify.
WILD WILD (Serves 4) WILD WIL GARLIC FRITTATA D GARLIC FRITTATA (Serves 4) INGREDIENTS 250g chard or spinach leaves, washed and sliced into fat ribbons 6 eggs 100g young wild garlic, washed and sliced into fat ribbons 75g grated Parmesan cheese 2 slices of day-old bread, crusts removed, soaked in 2-3 tbsp milk, squeezed dry and crumbled into breadcrumbs Salt and ground black pepper 1 tbsp vegetable oil METHOD 1.
Like its more popular cousin, ramps, wild garlic tastes like a cross between garlic and an onion.