Tag: green cabbage

Crunchy Veggie Wraps

Imagine a toasty warm tortilla, smeared with garlicky hummus, filled with thinly sliced crispy, fresh cabbage, green bell pepper, carrot, cucumber, mushrooms, green onion, and a few black beans.  OH SO GOOD! Charlie and I have had these crunchy veggie wraps for lunch three times this week.  They seriously ROCK!  You should have seen us.  Charlie was making grunting […]

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Fruity Coleslaw With Sweet Potato

This zesty coleslaw recipe is one of those that is so different that it will have to grow on you.  But after a bowlful, you’ll be going back for a second and third helping.  Like all good coleslaw recipes, it’s even better the next day. There’s four ingredients that make this coleslaw recipe stand out […]

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Sweet Potato and Cabbage Slaw

The Fall season is the best time to find freshly harvested sweet potatoes from your local farmer. Freshly harvested sweet potatoes need time to cure before they begin to taste like the sweet potatoes we all know.  Curing allows the skins to toughen and the starches within to turn to sugar.  Of course, I’m impatient.  […]

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Peasant Soup

With a name like Peasant Soup, this recipe has got to be simple to cook.  Right?  Right! This chunky, broth soup is light and filling all at the same time.  I’ve never eaten such a flavorful soup made with so many budget friendly ingredients. HERE’S ALL IT TAKES makes about 6 servings 2 to 3 […]

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Kim’s Coleslaw Salad

Instead of the traditional mayonnaise-based dressing, Kim’s Coleslaw Salad uses oil & vinegar with a touch of sugar.  It’s zesty, fresh, crunchy and hard to stop eating.  This particular recipe is a BIG HIT for potluck meals.  Kim has told me that even when she has doubled the recipe for parties, hoping to bring home […]

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Traditional Coleslaw

“Coleslaw” comes from the Dutch koolsla, from kool cabbage + sla salad.  Defined as a simple salad made from sliced cabbage, but we all KNOW it’s not THAT simple, don’t we? Oh sure, slicing up the cabbage is easy.  Creating the dressing is the hard part!  Getting that balance of creamy, tangy sweetness to moisten […]

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