Well the 'Wild Garlic Chronicles' have come to a happy end. I know some of you will be relieved and some disappointed, but hey there is so much Wild Garlic a girl can eat and I have certainly eaten more than my fair share.
bulgar wheat. The salad is enhanced with a lot of fresh parsley, mint and lemon for seasoning. You know there is even a Tabbouli Song.
The first time I ever had Tabouli was whilst at University. I was invited for lunch at the home of a Scottish-Armenian friend. I was so amazed to see her put the salad together there right before my eyes. She made a mound. A few years later, I saw Tabouli as part of a light buffet. Tabouli is definitely one of those dishes you make for sharing. Here is a Fairtrade Tabouli recipe. My recipe is very similar, except in place of the mint I've added about 6 leaves of minced wild garlic, black olives and some red pepper for colour.