Posts Tagged cabbage

“Not” Kraut – Sauteed Cabbage & Pears

While kraut is always a good stand by for any pork recipe, sometimes something lighter and cabbage-y is just the ticket Ingredients: 2 Cups Shredded Cabbage 4 Strips Low Sodium Bacon – Chopped 2 Medium Pears – Diced 1/2 Cup Onion – Chopped 1/4 Cup Cider Vinegar 1 Cup White Wine 1 Teaspoon Caraway Seeds 1 Teaspoon Sugar (a tad more if your pears aren’t terribly sweet) Salt and Pepper…

Cabbage Beef Pockets

Cabbage Beef Pockets

A savory beef and cabbage filled bread pocket. We make a lot and freeze the leftovers. They freeze and reheat really well and make a great last minute meal. From the original site: A tradition in my husband’s family for as long as I have known him. It is a bread pocket filled with meat and cabbage. So here is his recipe and it does make a lot, 18 servings:

Easy Thai Pork Noodle

Easy Thai Pork Noodle

There’s been a lot of talk lately about cutting  our meat consumption, (either for your health, or money savings, or for the planet) but if your family is anything like mine, they tend to expect meat for most dinners.   Rather than doing vegetarian meals, another way to reduce the amount of meat you eat is to just have less of when you do have it.   So this is a “light” meat dinner.  It doesn&…

Great Combo: Reuben Eggrolls

Great Combo: Reuben Eggrolls

This recipe had me a eggrolls. I mean at Reubens. I’m not sure which , because I adore them both. And this combo, sounds like a lovely idea!  (It’s a little late for St. Pat’s, but this would be tasty any time…) (via The Kitchn) From the original site: If you have been following me for some time, you probably know that I love anything put inside of an eggroll wrapper and fried. You can te…

Niki's Homemade Corned Beef and Cabbage

Niki’s Homemade Corned Beef and Cabbage

Last year, Niki posted her entire process for making homemade corned beef – corning it herself rather than buying that pink stuff in the store.  So if you’re up for doing it for this St. Paddy’s day, it’s time to start thinking about it! Here are the three posts from last year, with all the instructions you’ll need. The very first meal I ever cooked for my husband when we first…

I love tacos!  Interesting taco ideas...

I love tacos! Interesting taco ideas…

Tacos are a great go-to dinner idea, that can either be fancy and exotic, or simple and homey.  Here are a few unusual taco ideas that I thought might give you some inspiration!  We’ve done some fun taco ideas here on Foodwhirl too.. like Corn Beef and Cabbage Tacos and Shrimp and Fish Fajita Tacos..  and this Cook while you sleep Pork Roast makes fabulous Pork Tacos!  So be creative… Here’…

Coleslaw

Coleslaw

Here’s some trivia for you:  The term “coleslaw” arose in the 20th century as a partial translation from the Dutch term “koolsla”, a shortening of “koolsalade”, which means “cabbage salad”.   In the US, most coleslaw is made with a mayonaise-based dressing, but this is a recipe that has been a favorite in my family for many years.   It’…

Corned Beef and Cabbage: Part 3 of 3(corned beef hash with basted eggs)

Corned Beef and Cabbage: Part 3 of 3(corned beef hash with basted eggs)

Who’s sick of hearing about corned beef and cabbage?  Well, I promise, this is the end of this fascinating series.  I just want to make sure you’ve got some options for all those yummy leftovers (4 lbs of beef is a lot, and unless you’re throwing a party, I’m sure you’ve got some extra). This is a great way to use the beef and cabbage from your St. Patrick’s Day meal ̵…

St. Patrick's Day Foodwhirl Roundup

St. Patrick’s Day Foodwhirl Roundup

Everyone’s Irish on March 17, right?  Are you being traditional and making corned beef, or coloring your cupcakes green?  Or just enjoying a nice irish stout? I’m not remotely Irish, but it’s fun to pretend once a year! Here’s some of the cool Irish/St Pat’s recipes that we’ve had thus far at Foodwhirl! (Check out all our seasonal recipes here!) Guiness Corned Bee…

Corned Beef and Cabbage (or how I got lucky): Part 2 of 3

Corned Beef and Cabbage (or how I got lucky): Part 2 of 3

After a week of brining, my beef brisket is finally ready to come out of its spice bath and be rinsed and cooked. It sat in the fridge all week, and I turned it two or three times to make sure all sides got equal time in the brine. It smelled pleasantly of pickles every time I uncovered it, like walking into a deli or one of those old country stores with a big barrel of pickles sitting in the corner. We wanted to eat an ea…

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