Friday, July 16, 2010

Garlic Scape Pasta with Seared Sea Bass

Garlic scapes are one of those foodie items - we love them and no one else has even  heard of them. These tops of the garlic bulbs need to be cut by the farmer to improve the size of their garlic, and are oftentimes thrown in the compose bin. Ah, but when they arrive for that short period of time they are available at the farmers market by those who know they can make a few bucks from people like me, you just have to try them. They are perfect raw or simply stir fried. They need to be fresh and younger - the older, larger ones are a bit too woody.

Add some fresh sea bass from Groben's . . .

I then made some whole wheat penne, and quickly sauted the scapes with fresh tomato. I seared the sea bass and served with fresh, local, organic goat cheese feta.

Meet Garlic Scape Pasta with Seared Sea Bass. Meat Mt Airy.

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