Garlic is the last crop to go into the garden before the ground freezes in well-drained soils with pH between 6.5 and 7. One of the easiest veggies to grow, likes full or partial sun with loosen planting bed and 1-inch layer of mature compost, 4 inches deep and 6 inches apart, with the right side up, their pointed ends up. In early spring keep the plot well weeded. Garlic needs even soil moisture during growing season but do not over water. Garlic is ready to harvest from early summer to midsummer, when bottom leaves turn brown. Use a digging fork to loosen the soil and dig gently your garlic and avoid bruising them.
This garlic chicken dish is a delicacy. Full of flavor and really easy to make and when you try it you are not going to resist the temptation of cooking it over and over again, especially if you like the garlic.
You don’t need to limit yourself to fresh garlic, you can use a garlic powder or dried garlic as well, for the best health benefits let the fresh garlic sit after you've crushed it.