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Yes, she baked for the Queen of England.
Garlic confit is an extremely handy flavor booster to have in the refrigerator. Not only can the creamy, sweet garlic cloves can be added to salad dressings, pan sauces, compound butters or simply smeared onto crusty bread, the aromatic oil is great drizzled onto soup, pasta and pizza, can be used to sauté vegetables or is a simple way to add flavor to cooked grains. Feel free to change up the flavorings in the confit—for instance, you may wish to use rosemary instead of thyme, toss in a couple dried whole chilies or add a strip or two of lemon zest.
large head garlic (about 16 cloves), cloves separated, peeled and thinly sliced
tablespoons salted butter
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