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    I'm the same. I love it! I think a lot of people don't really like cruciferous veggies because of the way they've had them in the past. Boiled.

    I also make these really yummy roasted cabbage wedges. Love them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I'm glad someone else knows that dish. It seems like a lot of people don't like cabbage. I've never had a continental cabbage. What is it?
    its what we call the cabbage that my Oma used to cook
    These are the notes that I took while my mom was cooking.


    Oma’s Cabbage.
    Marg/oil & sugar in a heavy based pan to caramelise.
    Finely chop cabbage, put in sieve & run water through it (to help steam when cooking).


    When tan add chopped onion.
    Well coat & goes pale tan & transparent.
    Add cabbage & stir well.
    If dry add a little water.
    Make sure everything is properly coated.
    Add a tiny bit more water, put the lid on & low heat to simmer & steam.
    Add the caraway seeds at this point. Stir well.


    Approx 2 tablespoons Vinegar
    1 tablespoon or dessert spoon cornflower & mix.


    Check the cabbage so it doesn’t burn and isn’t too wet. Stir regularly.
    Add extra water when needed to keep it steaming.

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    Just finished a load of spicy chicken wings. I was suddenly very, very popular with the cats....
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    Spicy ramen because it's my favorite comfort food and I'm hoping it blasts my cold back into the hellmouth it came from.

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    The panettone is still calling to me but I'm resisting as hard as I can. I need to leave it alone until himself is well enough to eat again or else it will all sort of... evaporate.
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    Mrs Mo made soup from leftover spinach and cauliflower and leek soup powder. Amazing. Plus NY strip and spinach salad and Oak Ridge 2016 zinfandel. Lord, take me now! Actually wait til my kids are out of college!
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    This is my first time in this thread and I had something WONDERFUL this morning. It's probably not that healthy, but YUM! I was sick of the bagels/bagel sandwiches, croissant sandwiches, and pork roll, egg and cheese on a kaiser role. I had an Irish omelette. Two eggs, boiled potatoes, and corned beef. Ahhh. I'm part Irish and I make sure to get several helpings of corned beef, boiled potatoes, and cabbage during St. Patrick's Day because it's delicious. There used to be a deli nearby that made corned beef and cabbage all year (it was ridiculously expensive though ... I think around $22) but they closed recently. I actually favor the boiled potatoes than the cabbage, but I'll eat both any time! I'm pretty positive I can replicate it at home.
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    Christmas cake

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    African peanut stew. First time I've made it, don't know if it's authentic, love it regardless. And for dessert, hazelnut torte cupcakes with mocha frosting. New Year's resolutions 3 - 2 - 1...
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    ^^^
    is that similar to the Brazilian stew with peanut and coconut milk? I’ve had that with shrimp and was told it’s based in a west African stew.
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    ^^ This stew has onions, sweet potatoes, ginger, garlic, tomatoes, red pepper flakes, salt, lots of pepper, coconut milk, peanut butter, collard greens or kale, and broth. You can add chicken or other meat to it, but I left it as is.
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    1.5 dinosaur chicken nuggets and two mouthfuls of Kraft mac and cheese made with cream cheese instead of milk.

    I'm too sick to cook.

    My kid and her friend whipped up their own dinner. I ate my kid's leftovers.

    I think they are high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    ^^ This stew has onions, sweet potatoes, ginger, garlic, tomatoes, red pepper flakes, salt, lots of pepper, coconut milk, peanut butter, collard greens or kale, and broth. You can add chicken or other meat to it, but I left it as is.
    yum!
    definitely similar minus the sweet potato and the Brazilian one was on the sweet side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    yum!
    definitely similar minus the sweet potato and the Brazilian one was on the sweet side.
    The garlic and fresh ginger gives this really great flavor. I think you could substitute stuff too, like maybe butternut squash for the sweet potatoes, throw in some carrots, etc. Very adjustable recipe.
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    That stew sounds really similar to an african stew that i used to make all the time. It was based on a moosewood recipe and it had garbanzo beans.
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