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Encourage-Educate-Entertain: Make Slow-Roasted Garlic

Updated: Aug 16, 2021

Brian O’Hea of The Kennebunk Inn shows how to prepare garlic you'll want to eat even after social distancing isn't a thing. Slow cooking it in olive oil strips the raw cloves of their acidity, removes their sharp heat, and concentrates their sweetness. Use in mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables, or dressing. Encourage, Educate, Entertain: short videos showcasing the businesses, unique abilities and individual quirkiness of the Fairhaven community.