Friday, January 17, 2014

FTSF8: I once saw the biggest...

cabbage.


In fact, it showed up in my CSA box that I was thankful for last weekend. Also, in case you're not following, Brussel sprouts. I wrote a little about them in my thankful post, and boy, people were ready to talk about Brussel sprouts. I wrote another post on how I made them edible later in the week.

I'm a bit late for FTSF, but I'm going to try to squeeze in and see if I can generate as much feedback for my cabbage. I enjoy cabbage, and I've cooked it different ways, but this is A LOT of cabbage. If you have any recommendations, please leave them in the Comments section. Thanks!


Hosts Janine, Kate, Stephanie, Kristi

10 comments :

  1. That is a totally huge cabbage and fits the bill for our sentence this week perfectly. Thanks for sharing Amy and linking up with us, too :)

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  2. HA! Ok, that is the most amazing piece of cabbage I have ever seen. We quit our CSA. It ended up being a lot of potatoes...which I could buy cheaper at our farmers market. So I never got around to the cabbage.
    Whip up a slaw!?

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    1. Yeah, I'd quit one that was mostly potatoes, too. I'm new to this one, but it's good so far. Thanks for the comment!

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  3. Wow, that is a big head! You can try out this recipe for roasted cabbage: http://greenlitebites.com/2010/06/28/roasted-grilled-cabbage/

    I'm trying it this week!

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    1. I will look into that one! Thanks for the tip!

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  4. OMG I think I said before that I hate brussel sprouts but that has nothing to do with this because OMG that is one huge gigantic amazing cabbage!! Sour Kraut?? Um. Salad? Like big huge icky salads???? HA. Ick. Sorry. I suck at this stuff when it comes to icky yucky stuff...I mean whatever, I eat Kale because I have to because they said so...and this might be like that maybe possibly??? Or just um weird and icky? Not sure.

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    1. Listen, if you ever need to prepare Brussel sprouts, try the recipe I posted this week. Very effective at making them edible. But I still don't feel moved to buy any.

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  5. Aren't CSA veggies amazing? And freakish all at the same time?

    Meanwhile, I saw this on a blog and immediately thought of you...all about Brussels Sprouts and I love the way these guys separate the reader into lovers and haters and then offer suggestions. Even if it doesn't inspire you to make BS every day this week, it is highly entertaining.

    http://www.thebittenword.com/thebittenword/2014/01/brussels-sprouts-and-leeks-with-lime-ginger-butter.html

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    1. OMG, that was amazing! I pinned the two for BS haters. Love that you sent me this link!

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