Update: Was on vacation in California. Food review of that trip forthcoming.
3. My garlic scape pesto is so concentrated with garlic flavoring that it's a great add-in when you need to, er, OK, I'll say it, kick it up a notch. Bonus: The scape pesto does not have a pronounced herby flavor like basil- or parsley-based pesto does.
I've used the pesto to enliven a bowl of canned tomato soup, to mix with sour cream for a chip dip, and as a topping for gaspacho.
4. Use it to make garlic bread.
5. Condiment for prime rib or other steak, instead of horseradish.
6. Add a little more olive oil, and use as green cocktail sauce.
It's good stuff. Next year, if you see those wierd curly-Q stalks at the farmer's market, dig out your food processor and give garlic scape pesto a try.