Simple Cabbage Soup (and winner of the giveaway!)

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I have a confession to make. It might come as a surprise to some of you. After all, there are many flashier, sexier, and more impressive foods out there in the world. You ready? Here goes.  I love cabbage. I really do. Many times, I forget that I love it, casting it aside for more…

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Memorial Day and Southwestern Coleslaw

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What comes to your mind when Memorial Day comes around? For many of us (myself included), Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. This means flip-flops, barbequing hamburgers and hot dogs, picnics, homemade ice cream, and ice cold buckets of beer. For most American children, it means that school is almost out. And of course, for many…

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Corned Beef and Cabbage

I am not Irish, but I appreciate the simplicity (and inexpensive nature) of this dish. So, I’ll pretend I’m Irish for a day, and prepare an Irish dinner, since St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner and all. Actually, much of what I have read has stated that corned beef and cabbage, although it is…

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Sweet and Sour Braised Red Cabbage


In the winter months, I begin to crave vibrant, colorful vegetables. Something to take the drab, gray, boringness from the sky. So, what could be more colorful than red cabbage? Cabbage is a vegetable that I always forget about. I love it, though I only make it a few times a year, in spite of the fact that…

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