- n. Archaic spelling of garlic.
“I hate the French cookery, and abominate garlick," Tobias Smollett told his readers 245 years ago, with a snooty disregard for foreigners that runs through too much travel writing today.”
“We gawta Talyon resippy you usinged garlick, unyun, lemming adn olib oyl wen cukking dem, berry nommy!”
“I will give you one now, as this is the proper season for horse-radish: Half fill a bottle with scraped horse radish; add a little pepper to your liking, and, if you choose, a very little garlick; fill up the bottle with the best vinegar, let it stand ten days, shaking it every day, and strain it.”
“I duz dat tu, two-kittehs, butt wif whole garlick clobes.”
“Ai lubz garlick butt nebber finked ov it wif seefud.”
“May 20, 2009 at 10:38 am downt furgit teh garlick fryz!”
“One f mai kittehs lubs oleefs, bred an blak cawfee! oh an garlick – mebbe sofistcatted vampyr-fihter in floofee coat!”
“I had sum garlick fuj at LosCon a fyoo yeerz ago, waz…. hmmm….”
“May 14, 2008 at 8:20 am wunce, i took a boi to teh Steenkin Rose is terrible name foar a restarant, but everyting tehy serve comes smothred in garlick… an he ordereded teh rabbit! it came to our table… it still looked like a rabbit! that boy got dumpded a little wyle later.”
““We remember the fish, which we did eat in Egypt freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlick.””
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