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The Garlicky Quest for Pizza Perfection: From Holy Grail to Breath-Bomb Banger

The Garlicky Quest for Pizza Perfection: From Holy Grail to Breath-Bomb Banger.



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Creating a Garlic Pizza. Bomb.


Ah, pizza. The doughy canvas for our culinary dreams, the melty masterpiece that unites nations (unless you're pineapple-on-pizza kind of person, then we need to talk). 


But what if, my friends, we elevated this humble pie to a garlic-infused nirvana? Buckle up, taste buds, for we're diving headfirst into the world of The Garlicky Verdict:'


There's no one-size-fits-all garlic gospel. Experiment, explore, and let your taste buds be your compass. Just remember, with great garlic power comes great garlic responsibility. Brush those teeth, people. Nobody wants to be the dragon slayer with dragon breath.


So, go forth, garlic gladiators! Conquer your kitchens, vanquish blandness, and create pizzas that'll make angels weep (of joy, hopefully). And if you see me at the next pizza party, don't judge the garlic breath. Consider it a badge of garlicky honor. 


P.S. This blog post may have caused an increase in garlic purchases and singed taste buds. If you need to buy garlic, check out GROeat Farm in Montana. www.GROeat.com. We are not responsible for any side effects, including spontaneous garlic dancing or the sudden urge to write epic garlic-themed operas. Proceed with caution, and may the garlicky force be with you!pizza greatness!


First things first: garlic glory. Raw? Roasted? Black as your date's heart after you mentioned anchovies? Each form brings a unique punch. Raw garlic whispers its garlicky whispers, adding a fresh bite. Roasted garlic sings opera with deep, caramelized notes. Black garlic? That, my friends, is the garlic Gandalf, a sorcerous swirl of umami and smoke that'll have you questioning reality (and possibly needing breath mints).



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Creating a Garlic Pizza. Bomb.


Now, the toppings tango. For purists, there's the "Holy Trinity": garlic, olive oil, and a sprinkle of salt. Simple, elegant, and guaranteed to have angels weeping tears of joy (or maybe it's the onions you forgot to caramelize, no judgment). Feeling adventurous? Let's play matchmaker!


  • Garlic + Sausage: A classic combo that's like Mario and Luigi, inseparable and fiercely delicious. Pro tip: caramelize those onions with the garlic for extra swagger.

  • Garlic + Shrimp: Get your surf and turf on with juicy shrimp dancing on a bed of garlicky goodness. Add a squeeze of lemon for a citrusy tango.

  • Garlic + Potatoes: Comfort food gets a gourmet upgrade. Roast those spuds with rosemary and garlic, then pile them on like fluffy clouds of flavor.

  • Garlic + Pesto: Think creamy meets dreamy. Swirl pesto over your garlicky base for a burst of basil bliss. Top with mozzarella and cherry tomatoes for an Instagram-worthy masterpiece.


Crust crusaders, assemble! Thin crust craves a light touch, so stick with raw garlic or a drizzle of garlic oil. Deep dish? Bring on the roasted garlic butter, baby! It'll soak into the doughy depths like a garlic jacuzzi (don't ask, just imagine).


And the verdict, you ask? There's no one-size-fits-all garlicky gospel. Experiment, explore, and let your taste buds be your guide. Just remember, with great garlic power comes great garlic responsibility. Brush those teeth, people. Nobody wants to be the dragon slayer with dragon breath.


So, go forth, garlic gladiators! Conquer your kitchens, vanquish blandness, and create pizzas that'll make angels weep (of joy, hopefully). And if you see me at the next pizza party, don't judge the garlic breath. Consider it a badge of garlicky honor. Now, pass the anchovies (just kidding... unless?).


The melty masterpiece, the doughy canvas of culinary dreams, the uniter of nations (except for pineapple-on-pizza heretics, we'll deal with them later). But what if, my friends, we took this humble pie and injected it with the soul of garlic? Buckle up, taste buds, because we're about to embark on a garlicky quest for pizza perfection, where laughter and singed taste buds collide!


First, the Garlic Trinity:

  • Raw Garlic: Fresh, and punchy, whispers its garlicky secrets, leaving a subtle but addictive tingle. Think of it as the shy cousin at the family reunion, always underestimated but secretly the most interesting.

Roasted Garlic: Deep, and caramelized, sings opera with its umami symphony. Imagine Gandalf the Grey, but instead of fireworks, he shoots garlic cloves from his staff.

garlic + Sausage: A classic combo like Mario and Luigi, inseparable and guaranteed to unleash flavor tornadoes in your mouth. Bonus points for caramelized onions, because who doesn't love a good onion-crying session while making pizza?

Garlic + Potatoes: Comfort food gets a gourmet makeover. Roast those spuds with rosemary and garlic until they're fluffy clouds of deliciousness, then pile them on like Mount Garlico.


Crust Crusaders, Assemble!

  • Thin Crust: Think of it as the Audrey Hepburn of pizza crusts, elegant and delicate. Stick with raw garlic or a light drizzle of garlic oil, because too much garlic might overpower its Audrey-ness.

  • Deep Dish: This is the Hulk Hogan of pizza crusts, big, bold, and ready for a flavor brawl. Bring on the roasted garlic butter, baby! Let it soak into that doughy goodness like a garlic hot tub party.

The Garlicky Verdict:

There's no one-size-fits-all garlic gospel. Experiment, explore, and let your taste buds be your compass. Just remember, with great garlic power comes great garlic responsibility. Brush those teeth, people. Nobody wants to be the dragon slayer with dragon breath.


So, go forth, garlic gladiators! Conquer your kitchens, vanquish blandness, and create pizzas that'll make angels weep (of joy, hopefully). And if you see me at the next pizza party, don't judge the garlic breath. Consider it a badge of garlicky honor. Now, pass the anchovies (just kidding... unless?).


P.S. This blog post may have caused an increase in garlic purchases and singed taste buds. We are not responsible for any side effects, including spontaneous garlic dancing or the sudden urge to write epic garlic-themed operas. Proceed with caution, and may the garlicky force be with you!



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Creating a Garlic Pizza. Bomb.


GARLIC PIZZA RECIPE


WHAT YOU WILL NEED:


Garlic –Use fresh garlic from GROeat Farm in Montana! There is no substitution for the real thing!

  • Mozzarella cheese – Mozzarela cheese is a wonderful way to acheive brown golden spots on the surface of your garlic pizza. Also, mozzarella is not as oily like other cheeses, like adged cheddar.

  • Salt – For seasoning. Only 1/8 teaspoon is required

  • Parmesan – This adds flavour because parmesan is loaded with savory flavor.

  • Olive oil – Mixed with the garlic to spread on the pizza dough.



HOW TO PREPARE:

Steep oil with garlic – Mix the oil and garlic and set aside for 10 minutes to infuse with flavour.

  1. Stretch your chosen pizza dough onto a pizza pan.

  2. Spread the garlic-infused oil over the dough. Use your fingers. feel the dough and oil bet

  3. Sprinkle with parmesan then mozzarella, leaving a border around the crust (for gripping purposes).

  4. Bake for 9 - 12 minutes in a hot 425°F (240°C fan) oven, rotating the tray halfway, until you have lovely golden spots on the cheese.

  5. Cut and eat!






GroEat Farm, LLC is a small, sustainable family farm located in Bozeman, Montana.  We’re located in the beautiful Hyalite foothills, below the Gallatin Mountain Range.  The hardneck varieties that grow at our farm (Ophioscorodon) flourish here, due to the combination of the cold winters, temperate summers, moist spring, and the dynamic alluvial soils, washed down from the Gallatin Range (comprised of Archean metamorphics, Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary rocks, and Eocene volcanics).  Not only are the GroEat Hardneck garlic healthy and beautiful, the flavor’s are robust and delicate.




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