A cassoulet is a classic country French dish made with white beans and sausage or other types of meat. It's covered and cooked
slowly to allow time for all the flavors to blend. Instead of sausage, this hearty fall version features cubed butternut squash
and pancetta. The garlic is roasted first, and then the pulp is added to the squash mixture before it's baked.
Roasting the garlic and the tomatoes is the key to flavor in these savory appetizers. After the garlic is roasted, you combine
the pulp with the goat cheese, spread it on the toasted baguette slices, and top with tomato wedges.
The rich garlic flavor of these creamy mashed potatoes comes from a garlic butter that's made with roasted garlic, butter,
shallots and fresh rosemary. You can make the garlic butter up to three days ahead and store it in the refrigerator.
Roasted Garlic and Shallot Potato Soup with Cheesy Croutons
Creamy potato soup is more flavorful with the addition of roasted garlic, white wine, onion and fresh thyme. And, for the
finishing touch, each serving is topped with a slice of Parmesan-blue cheese toast.
Leave off the sauce and try this classic Italian dish where you lightly toss the pasta in a simple mixture of garlic, olive
oil, parsley and crushed red pepper. Sprinkle with freshly ground Parmesan cheese just before serving.
Replace mashed potatoes with this unique puree of potatoes, celeriac, turnip and roasted garlic. Because the mixture is blended
with whipping cream, it's ultra–rich and smooth, and the flavor is bold enough to pair with hearty lamb, beef, pork or wild
Aioli is a garlic–flavored mayonnaise often used as an accompaniment for meats and vegetables. Here, you make your own mayonnaise
with olive oil and eggs and stir in roasted garlic and marinated artichoke hearts. Serve it as a creamy dip for fresh raw