Years ago I bought garlic grape seed oil at a winery and loved using it to cook. I have been on the hunt for another bottle since running out and have been unsuccessful in countless grocery stores and specialty shops.
A few months ago I decided to go ahead and try to make my own. I bought a small bottle of grape seed oil (8.45 fl. oz.) and coarsely chopped 4-5 garlic cloves and shoved them in the space remaining in the new bottle. I left it to sit for 2 and a half months and tried it for the first time this morning. It worked out wonderfully. When you cook with this oil the garlic gives the kitchen a wonderful smell and it gives your food a mild garlic flavor.
The grape seed oil has a high smoking temperature so you can use it for almost anything. This morning I used it to heat up some sausage links and then added some butter to the pan to cook eggs over medium. It is also really good for roasting vegetables, sautéing fish or for dipping crusty bread in with some cracked pepper added of course.