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Round-Up: All the #4theLoveofGarlic Creations #Sponsor

So, if you've been following the #4theLoveofGarlic event, you might have seen several of these recipes already. But I wanted to give you a place to see them all together. Besides several of us posted more garlic recipes than just on our assigned posting days. Garlicky bonuses are always good!

The #4theLoveofGarlic Team
I love these gals. They definitely brought their garlic-lovin' A-game to the table for this event. Many thanks for your creativity.


All the Recipes...



The Event Sponsors
Again, many thanks to the event sponsors: Dreamfarm and Melissa's Produce. We couldn't have done this without you!

You can find Dreamfarm: on the web, on Facebook , on Twitter , and on Pinterest .

You can find Melissa's: on the web, on Facebookon Twitter, on Pinterest, and on Instagram

*Disclosure: Bloggers received complimentary items from Dreamfarm for the purpose of review and complimentary ingredients from Melissa's Produce for the purpose of recipe development. Dreamfarm also provided prizes for the rafflecopter free of charge. Comments are 100% accurate and 100% our own. We have received no additional compensation for these posts.

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  1. Thanks again for hosting this event Cam....I am already out of the fresh garlic and into the jarred. Time to start creating with the black garlic....I think pizza is in our future.

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  2. Thanks again for hosting this fun event Camilla. I loved seeing everyone's dishes and I am looking forward to cooking more with the black and jarred garlic and my new Garject. Such fun! ;-)

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