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Fall in Love With Garlic With Chef Anne Quinn Corr

If you love garlic, you’ll want to watch this. One of our favorite Chefs is back in the kitchen, and she’s whipping up one of her favorite fall dishes!
If you love garlic, you’ll want to watch this.  One of our favorite Chefs is back in the kitchen, and she’s whipping up one of her favorite fall dishes!
 
Want to make Chef Anne Quinn Corr’s “Baked Whole Heads of Garlic for Garlic Lovers”?
 
Try the recipe below!

Baked Whole Heads of Garlic for Garlic Lovers 
(Serves 4)
 
Ingredients:
4 whole bulbs of garlic
2 teaspoons butter
½ cup chicken stock
½ cup dry white wine
4 teaspoons olive oil
Sprinkling of coarse salt
Sprinkling of freshly ground pepper
1 sprig fresh thyme or other herb of your choice 
 
Directions:
Preheat oven to 300° F. Choose an ovenproof dish that has a lid that is just large enough to hold the garlic snugly.  Rub with the butter.  Whack off the top eighth of the bulb to expose the garlic cloves. Place the bulbs of garlic in the baking dish.  Add the chicken stock and the wine.  Pour 1 teaspoon of olive oil over each bulb of garlic and sprinkle with salt, pepper and the herb of your choice.  Cover with the lid, or with aluminum foil and bake for an hour.  Baste every 20 minutes, adding more liquid if necessary.  The cloves of garlic will be soft, sweet and creamy and will slip easily out of their skins to spread on bread. 
 
Want to try one of Chef Anne’s other recipes?  Pick up a copy of her cookbook, Seasons of Central Pennsylvania.
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