Garlic is one of the featured ingredients at this year's Taste of The Garden Door. Vickie Conti of Idle Wild Herbs stands next to one of eight varieties of garlic that was harvested on her farm just a few weeks ago and is now drying in the barn. The variety of garlic, Uncle Pete, is named after Conti's uncle.
This year's Taste of The Garden Door is sure to fresh, flavorful and fun with the likes of fresh salsas, bold garlic, unusual grains, and, of course, pesto.
Set in the Door County Master Gardeners Association's (DCMGA) display garden in the midst of the peek harvest and blooming season, Taste of The Garden Door 2013 and Pesto Festo VII take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday on the grounds of the UW Peninsular Agricultural Research Station (PARS), 4312 Wisconsin 42 just north of Sturgeon Bay.
"Grains and Garlic" is the tasting theme for Taste of The Garden Door, and there will be samples of several ...