from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Containing, tasting of, or smelling of garlic.
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- adj. Tasting or smelling of garlic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like or containing garlic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like or containing garlic; smelling of garlic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or tasting or smelling of garlic
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Hmm. This looks DIVINE!! might be right up there with roasting vegetables in garlicky olive oil!
Drying tomatoes and preserving them in garlicky oil.
My pesto turned out to be extremely garlicky, which is fine given that I love garlic, but was eclipsing the flavor of the sage somewhat.
Make one a free-range chicken, another a good piece of ham or pancetta and the third some kind of garlicky sausage, then everyone will have something they like.
The signature symptom is the "garlicky" smell of the burns, and a similar taste on the victim's mouth.
Domino's is re-doing its pizza recipe saying it will make the crusts more "garlicky" tweak the tomato sauce and upgrade the cheese.
The guac was all avocado (no cream) and satisfyingly garlicky, with lots of lime.
Cooked just the way you ask, the last is served in thick slabs as part of an edible landscape bordered by a field of very good whipped potatoes and a forest of garlicky broccoli rabe.
I could go on: no chrain, no garlicky new green pickles, and how could they have run out of chicken soup the day I went?
And while I'm intrigued by the idea of the pungent, garlicky, gingery sauces for meat beloved of the medieval palate, I can't in all honesty regret the invention of such delights as the modern ginger cake.