Friday, July 2

Season Savvy Challenge Week 5 - Cabbage varieties, Brussel sprouts

It's Friday again friends (Is that cheering I hear?..) and it's Season Savvy time again!  Last week was HUGE - 36 lemon recipes!  Thank you everyone who contributed!

This week might be a little bit more of a challenge - the Cabbage family - even though we eat cabbage regularly (and even have them growing in our garden) I personally haven't put up any cabbage recipes - our frills are fans of brussel sprouts (I know, they're kooky we are growing these for the first time in our garden too) so I'm sure I can rustle up a recipe or two this week...

There's also wombok, which I love that salad on the back on the chang's packet - if anyone's got that on their blog, post it up!

What is Season Savvy?
I'm all about using seasonal produce. When it's good. When it's plentiful, when it's cheap.

Each week I'm challenge you to use a particular piece of produce that is SEASONAL. Now if you're in a different season to me, don't panic. Maybe you have cooked something before with this ingredient, add it and play along....

Hopefully this way, we can use this as a bit of inspiration/education and show off what you can cook, and save some moulah!

So what do you need to do?
1. Find a recipe you love or a way you love to eat cabbages or brussel sprouts - it doesn't need to be the main ingredient, but it needs to be in the dish.. and it doesn't need to be fancy either!
2. Make it or find the link
3. Photograph it and/or share the recipe
(it doesn't need to be-step-by-step photos!)
4. Post your link down there with the Linkytool down below
5. Get visited, and visit other people's recipes!

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1 lovely comments:

greenfumb on July 2, 2010 at 8:33 AM said... [Reply to this amazing comment]

Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake) is my favourite cabbage recipe. I don't have it on my blog but might do it later as I have a cabbage to use up.

I often end up just making vege stock to get rid of extra cabbage.


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