Friday, 30 April 2010

'Wild garlic' wedges

Early in the week, I had to travel to Perth for work.
I would have loved to have played tourist there, but other than walking through the centre admiring some of the public art. I did not get time to see much of it.
Maybe next time I'll be able to explore it more.
This is what I call my lazy day food: peel it, chop it and then roast it.
However with these wedges, in the last 10 minutes of cooking I added in some minced 'wild garlic'. There are days when only crispy, roasted potato wedges will do.

15 comments:

  1. Bet they were great, I love 'wild garlic' but can very rarely find the stuff.

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  2. "There are days when only crispy, roasted potato wedges will do."

    I want a t-shirt with that saying on it exactly. hehee. Pretty interesting scuptures in Perth. The first one reminds me of a bench in Hawaii with Forest Gumps sneakers and suitcase. Great pictures.

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  3. Ah James B,
    Long time. I do hope your keeping well.
    I don't want to boast, but every weekend so far, I have noted some wild garlic. I saw some more this morning!


    Eve,
    Yeah a T-shirt with that would be quite cool!
    I thought the sculptures were interesting too, unsure what they were depicting though?! I see what you mean re the bench - did you notice, the sculptured lady has no shoed :( Perth is not a place to be walking bare feet.

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  4. I like those statues :) And yum, wild garlic wedges!

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  5. I go shopping a lot in Perth, lots of lovely independent shops and galleries and did I mention Lakelands is there? Plenty of choice for lunch too and a monthly farmer's market. You should take another trip there when you have more time. Potato wedges, mmmmmmmmmmm :P

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  6. I love the photography! Very cool picures...and I looooove garlic, so Im sure I would love these!

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  7. Those wedges look scrummy and I will definately be trying your rhubarb and ginger loaf recipe!
    thanks
    Jane

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  8. Rachel,
    They certainly captured my attention!


    Jacqueline,
    I did notice 'a lot' of the independent shops there, but didn't have time to nip in. I have a feeling I will be going to Perth again (for work again), so who knows maybe I'll get more chance to explore it a little more in depth. Are there any vegetarian eateries there you can recommend?!


    Thank you Morgan.

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  9. Thank you Jane.
    If you do make the rhubarb and ginger loaves. Just eat them on the day, they don't keep particularly well.

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  10. I've heard Perth is lovely and the bit I saw from your photos confirms that. Love the statue on the bench. I see you are not going to give up on your wild garlic easily!

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  11. Choclette,
    I have no doubt i'll be going back, if not for the scenery, the shops... it will be for work.

    Your right about the wild garlic. guess what I saw some more today and gathered enough for a couple of meals in the week.

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  12. Yum, I make something like that but I like throwing the garlic in at the end. My garlic burns sometimes :)

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  13. very cool sculptures i also wonder about there meaning.

    might try these wedges with my garlic chives.

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  14. Thank you so much Christina.

    That happens a lot to me too, hence the reason I've added it towards the end too :D

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  15. Thank you Kella.
    Shoudl I go back to Perth i'll try and find out their significance.
    I have no doubt these would work with garlic chives, just add them towards the end.

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