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Capybara Posted on 26/8 12:22
Favourite cabbage

Has to be Savoy.

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 12:22
re: Favourite cabbage

Spring Greens.

Does that count?

Capybara Posted on 26/8 12:24
re: Favourite cabbage

That'll do.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 12:24
re: Favourite cabbage

White

darklordbenj Posted on 26/8 12:24
re: Favourite cabbage

Is there another?

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 12:25
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How about Spinach? Am I allowed that? If so I'd like to cancel my previous vote.

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Capybara Posted on 26/8 12:28
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I'll allow spinach. I'm feeling taxonomically generous today.

London_Boro Posted on 26/8 12:28
re: Favourite cabbage

....sits and waits patiently for a really non-pc post......

jonny_giles Posted on 26/8 12:29
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i like sprouts. tiny cabbages they are.

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 12:36
re: Favourite cabbage

Isn't White also known as Dutch?

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 12:42
re: Favourite cabbage

Sprouts also known as Brussels.

What is with the low countries and members of the cabbage family?

janplanner Posted on 26/8 12:47
re: Favourite cabbage

red.

captain5 Posted on 26/8 12:48
re: Favourite cabbage

Got to be lundy.

Chutney Posted on 26/8 12:49
re: Favourite cabbage

Toughy.

Probably savoy, although nowt beats red for versatility and mess.

captain5 Posted on 26/8 12:57
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Wouldn't mind a Bok Choy round about now.

FW_2 Posted on 26/8 14:33
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Savoy.

If only for it's miracle pain-relieving properties when you're breast-feeding.

captain5 Posted on 26/8 14:34
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I'll have to try rubbing myself with some if that's the case.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:35
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The mind boggles....

Lennie_Godber Posted on 26/8 14:35
re: Favourite cabbage

pointed cabbage. basically the same as white, but a different shape, n smaller.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:37
re: Favourite cabbage

Is that classed as Chinese cabbage toots?

Capybara Posted on 26/8 14:37
re: Favourite cabbage

Cripes.

FW_2 Posted on 26/8 14:38
re: Favourite cabbage

Honest! You wash the leaves them put them in the fridge to cool. When your 'shirt potatoes' start to hurt (which they do) when they're full of milk, you put a leaf in each cup of your bra.

I can't believe I'm telling you this.


Lennie_Godber Posted on 26/8 14:38
re: Favourite cabbage

i dont think so, thats more green, innit? these are more similar to the average white, but pointed. they had them in sainsbury's.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:39
re: Favourite cabbage

I thought you looked a strange shape hanging out of the gym window the other day

Kilburn Posted on 26/8 14:40
re: Favourite cabbage

Definitely pointed cabbage.

Lovely texture and flavour.

Butters1406 Posted on 26/8 14:41
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Stephen Hawkins?...............Sorry

captain5 Posted on 26/8 14:41
re: Favourite cabbage

The threads always degenerate when Ms FW_2 turns up.


Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:41
re: Favourite cabbage

Yes, I probably am....

Link: >>>

FW_2 Posted on 26/8 14:44
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I'm just trying to educate Capybara. He likes to learn about such things in relation to foodstuffs.

Chutney Posted on 26/8 14:44
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Never mind that, has anyone ever seen that weird fractal cauliflower?

Alien veg, and no mistake.

Capybara Posted on 26/8 14:49
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I was about to say that I had certainly learned something today. Can't see myself putting my new-found knowledge to good use, mind.

Fractal cauliflower? Tell us more, man!1


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Nedkat Posted on 26/8 14:51
re: Favourite cabbage

Hunting shirt potatoes ? Whatever next ..?

My missus once put breast milk in me coffee when we'd ran out of the cow's brand. I didn't know, and wondered why the coffee tasted so sweet.

Oh, and NAPA's a good cabbage!

Chutney Posted on 26/8 14:52
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Hard to describe really. First off, the florets are green rather than white, but they turn white when cooked.

The really odd thing though is the shape of them - like lots of little spiral peaks, all very regular and ordered. In black it would probably look immensley perverted.

red_rebel Posted on 26/8 14:53
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This thread is just subjective rubbish. It is no where near as interesting as the one about broccolli which threw up the eye opening FACT that carrots used to be purple.

Lennie_Godber Posted on 26/8 14:53
re: Favourite cabbage

oh, ive seen them. i thought they were quite beautiful.

Chutney Posted on 26/8 14:53
re: Favourite cabbage

Here you go...

Link: It came from outer space

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:54
re: Favourite cabbage

Like this?

Link: Ornamental cabbage

Capybara Posted on 26/8 14:55
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Ah yes. I have actually had some of that without knowing what it was called. You can occasionally get it at Borough Market. You can also get green and purple cauliflowers which are just like ordinary cauliflowers except that the white bits are, errm, green and purple respectively. Brassicatastic.

London_Boro Posted on 26/8 14:56
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Cheers Butters!!

There's always one.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 14:56
re: Favourite cabbage

Ah yes, I have seen them....

janplanner Posted on 26/8 15:03
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that has to be the weirdest vegetable ever! i don't think i could eat that. too weird.

Scubahood Posted on 26/8 15:03
re: Favourite cabbage

Definitely Savoy, lovely texture.

The_Apprentice Posted on 26/8 15:11
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none.....

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 15:19
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Anybody ever tried cooking Pak Choi? I've tried it in stir fries a few times. You need to put it in the Wok about 0.00000001 seconds before you want to eat otherwise it turns into tasteless soggy mush.

Link: Pak Choi linky thing

Capybara Posted on 26/8 15:23
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That's the sort of top kitchen tip the late Rusty Lee might impart.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 15:24
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Cabbage quiche, try saying that when you've had a drink.

dooderooni Posted on 26/8 15:26
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If your letting sprouts in then I'm having kale on the menu too.

Capybara Posted on 26/8 15:28
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Curly kale? You're in.

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 15:30
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Crispy seaweed anybody?

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 15:31
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I once grew some sea kale in my garden.

T4Tomo Posted on 26/8 15:32
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red, cooked with raisins brown sugar and wine vinegar.

or savoy just braised in butter.

Much under rated vegetable is the humble cabbage. I blame the schools for serving up soggy boiled mush.

ryallsy Posted on 26/8 15:34
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Hey, I already copyrighted soggy and mush for my Pak Choi description.

Capybara Posted on 26/8 15:34
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Ooooh, I love seaweed, me.

Corks!1 Only posted this to break up the UEFA Cup borefest. 50 up

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 15:35
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I'm quite partial to some soggy boiled mush actually.

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 15:36
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Pity you won't be online to see the 100

Nedkat Posted on 26/8 15:40
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Pak Choi ? I thought it was called Bok Choi ?

Kilburn Posted on 26/8 15:46
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More top ways of cooking cabbage:

Shredded and sauteed in butter with some caraway seeds.

Stir fried in oil and garlic, and finished with lemon juice.

And, greatest of all, shredded, steamed, mixed with mashed spuds and fried onions, and then fried in butter. Mmmmmm.......

Capybara Posted on 26/8 15:47
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upex_pies Posted on 26/8 15:58
re: Favourite cabbage

Fair play to a thread about cabbages racking up 50+, the only problem about starting a thread like this (and I applaud the original nature of it) is that it is going to start a whole load of Favourite: tomato, apple, edible bulbs, crustation (sp??) etc etc threads.


Still in answer to your question, I think wilted spinich with smoked haddock goes rather well.

Capybara Posted on 26/8 16:00
re: Favourite cabbage

Crustacean. Glad to assist.

upex_pies Posted on 26/8 16:04
re: Favourite cabbage

Thanks, knew it wasn't right but was feeling too lazy to check. Crayfish is the answer to my own question

Scrote Posted on 26/8 16:36
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PK - sea kale was the official food of hitler's third reich - FACT

Piquet2 Posted on 26/8 17:37
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Whoosh scrote

Capybara Posted on 31/8 15:58
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Ba ...... doing!!1

shaun_84 Posted on 31/8 15:59
re: Favourite cabbage

For a detester of 'Favourite..' threads you've certainly excelled yourself, Capy.

piggy_nichol Posted on 31/8 16:11
re: Favourite cabbage

I knew there was cabbage and red cabbage, but I'd always assumed red cabbage was just cabbage in a red sauce or something.

It seems like theres a lot more going on in the cabbage world than I had imagined.

Anyway, whilst I know nothing of putting cabbage leaves in your bra, I do know that my granda used to wrap cabbage leaves around his knees if they were causing him problems.

Just thought I'd mention it.

shaun_84 Posted on 31/8 16:13
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Personally, I've never had a problem with cabbage leaves, but if I was to create one, I'd probably wrap them round my knees

Capybara Posted on 4/10 10:07
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shaun_84 Posted on 4/10 10:08
re: Favourite cabbage

Are you sure you know what you're doing, capy?

Be it on your head.

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Capybara Posted on 4/10 10:12
re: Favourite cabbage

I'll say ....

Link: ________________________________________

shaun_84 Posted on 4/10 10:14
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haha that bloke on the left's loving it!

jax_1 Posted on 4/10 10:14
re: Favourite cabbage

Spring cabbage, or sprouts and that stuff they have in the Banana Leaf, they refer to as sea weed.
Savoy cabbage is ok, in very small doses.

ray192 Posted on 4/10 10:29
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savoy.

grantus Posted on 4/10 10:30
re: Favourite cabbage

Bok Choi is baby Pak choi.

Anyway, brussell sprouts and bok choi for me. mmmm

Link: Best the world of cabbages has to offer.

jax_1 Posted on 4/10 10:32
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Actually, just thought, 'ME' having learned a couple of new words today, it would appear that I am not so much green as cabbage like


















capitao Posted on 4/10 11:08
re: Favourite cabbage

Pickled red accompanied by lancashire hotpot.

speckyget Posted on 4/10 11:28
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The Early Round Dutch Cabbage is a Ferry-Morse cabbage variety that was originally developed from a selection of Early Flat Dutch Cabbage. This wonderful ball-head cabbage variety takes the cold better than most other cabbages and is especially ideal for home and market gardens in northern or cold climates.

The Early Round Dutch Cabbage produces a dense, flavorful, compact ball-type head up to 7 inches in diameter that weighs in the neighborhood of five pounds when harvested. It is a particularly lovely variety that besides being used traditionally for boiled cabbage, can also be well utilized for sour kraut or cole slaw. This great cabbage variety is very nutritious and is high in vitamins A, B1, B2 and C.

speckyget Posted on 4/10 11:30
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Holubtsi are Ukrainian cabbage rolls. The filling is mainly rice with a small amount of hamburger (unlike other East European cabbage rolls which are mainly hamburger with a small amount of rice). Cabbage leaves are steamed to make them soft and then the filling is added. The holubtsi are placed in a large pot, covered with tomato soup (or sauce) and baked.The word "holub" in Ukrainian means "dove," and holubtsi are in the shape of a dove.

speckyget Posted on 4/10 11:32
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Swiss chard is a type of beet that is grown for its large leaf stalks and leaves. It produces no enlarged fleshy roots. It is low in calories and minerals and a good source of vitamins A and C. Chard leaves are best prepared like spinach or beet greens - cooking with only the water that clings to them following washing. A bit of garlic or nutmeg and butter enhances the flavor of chard leaves. Chard stems have a delicate flavor much like asparagus and are prepared in a similar way. Stems should be stripped of leaves, cut into conveniently sized pieces, and gently steamed in salted water until tender. Cooked and chilled stems are very good with salad dressing or mayonnaise. Leaves and stems may also be cooked together.

speckyget Posted on 4/10 11:55
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At the end of my essay I will introduce a drink, which is not very popular in other countries and has very a good taste (this is my personal opinion). We call it "zelev sok" or "armiena chorba", which is similar to sauerkraut. Every winter in Bulgaria we prepare cabbage in a special way - we put some cabbage in a big barrel, then we add water, salt, corn and beetroot (the last two are optional). After two or three weeks the cabbage is ready to eat and the water, which has attained special taste, is the so-called "armiena chorba". This drink has the same effects as the previous one (the airian) - it fights the hangover.

Capybara Posted on 4/10 12:29
re: Favourite cabbage


rocky10 Posted on 4/10 12:37
re: Favourite cabbage

kilburn Tenderheart

shred it soften it and then combine with olive oil and fired onins with a bit of butter - even my 8 yr old eats it

rocky10 Posted on 4/10 12:38
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Fried Onions - rocky10 = Numpty

Hullred Posted on 4/10 13:23
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Cabbage........ gives me frightning Wind

jax_1 Posted on 4/10 13:27
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Is it just me btw who likes to eat cabbage and sprouts raw?

gibson Posted on 4/10 13:35
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Very thinly shredded, 4 parts cabbage, 1 part bacon ,1 part white onion, stir fried in ground nut oil with garlic, till just wilted.
British Army Standard fare.

Capybara Posted on 4/10 14:12
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Needs to be up there I reckon.

Kilburn Posted on 4/10 14:49
re: Favourite cabbage

Ah, an island of sanity amidst this ocean of travel-agent twaddle.


I got a red cabbage in my veg box last week. I braised half of it with some cooking apple and onion in a bit of sweetened sherry vinegar, and made a coleslaw with the other half. A very versatile veg.

Gillandi Posted on 4/10 16:09
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Specky getting to the heart of the matter most impressively. I'm green with envy at his applied cabbage knowledge. It wouldn't surprise me, from the authority of his language, if he was speaking as a former member of the criminally under funded and now defunkt Cabbage Marketing Board of the early 70's. When bespectacled men would gather in luxury hotels and concern themselves with the fibre of the nation. Politics and commerce, inevitably won the day as it always does. The cholestral peddling Milk marketeers got the airtime and eventually even the Savoy wouldn't host the boffins speaking up for iron and ruffage. They were left to shout on street corners or turn over completely new leaves in the north of England.

Capybara Posted on 4/10 16:14
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speckyget Posted on 4/10 16:31
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Close, Gillandi - perhaps a little TOO close.

My researches did in fact encompass the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute's 2002 Report of a Working Group on Brassica, including of course Stefan Neykov's magisterial paper 'Quality of Bulgarian cabbage cultivars'.

Gillandi Posted on 4/10 16:40
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I dont think we need to open up that particular can of worms Specky. Regardless of how good for the soil it would be.

Buddy Posted on 5/10 16:52
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The caterpillars are a bloody nightmare.

Link: Pests

Capybara Posted on 16/12 12:24
re: Favourite cabbage

Sauerkraut.

speckyget Posted on 16/12 12:33
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Wot, no mention of the Stuttgart Krautfest?

Link: Half way down

Capybara Posted on 16/12 12:41
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The_Commisar Posted on 16/12 12:47
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Here you go, a whole field of em

Link: you don't get bigger cabbages than these

Piquet2 Posted on 6/1 11:35
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Board seems a tad quite this morning, so I'll just add to this by saying we went to the Royal Oak for a meal the other night, I had medallions of pork in a red wine sauce, and the pickled red cabbage was very nice.

speckyget Posted on 6/1 11:50
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An Australian cabbage theme appropriate perhaps.

Link: Antipodean cabbage taste sensations

janplanner Posted on 6/1 12:37
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pickled red cabbage and brie sandwich on granary.

janplanner Posted on 6/1 12:37
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pickled red cabbage and brie sandwich on granary.

janplanner Posted on 6/1 12:38
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twice. i'm hungry.

Piquet2 Posted on 6/1 12:42
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100 up, that's a veritable cabbage patch....that pickled red cabbage and brie sounds nice...mmm

Kilburn Posted on 6/1 12:42
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In light of our keeper's impending departure, today's cabbage of the day must be the Cavolo Nero.

Woodymfc Posted on 6/1 12:48
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Souness

Capybara Posted on 17/1 17:10
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Yoinks! Hadn't realised this one had moved.

Archie_StephensElbow Posted on 17/1 17:57
re: Favourite cabbage

cram cabbage (with a parmo)

squarewheelbike Posted on 17/1 18:24
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Pickled red on Hotpot here too.

Surprised no mention made that the popularising of sauerkraut, and the ridding of the "scourge of scurvey" in the navy is down to a certain Boro lad! Made his officers eat it, so the crew would think it was a privilage.

Also surprised a "favourate cabbage" thread would go on so long!

--- Post edited by squarewheelbike on 17/1 18:24 ---

Alcoe Posted on 17/1 18:43
re: Favourite cabbage

Not terribly fond of cabbage, sorry.
Stupid thread to have posted on, probably.
Good to see brussel sprouts get a favourable mention though.
They are tremendously underrated.

Capybara Posted on 18/1 9:52
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swb, the thread was initiated as a diversion for those who wanted something to talk about on UEFA draw days other than 'I've booked my flight' and 'Is Berlin airport near Stuttgart?' Surprised it's had the legs it has meself, like. And an honourable mention for sauerkraut, there.

Capybara Posted on 23/1 12:14
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A preemptive hoist as no one seems to have noticed that Stuttgart ticket details are on the official site now.

speckyget Posted on 30/1 13:44
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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum: Suan Pakkad Palace Museum

Suan Pakkad gets its name from the cabbage garden that this area was before these houses were constructed. This museum, housed in 4 groups of traditional Thai buildings, is one that's often overlooked by visitors to Bangkok but one that I would highly recommend if you're interested in Thai culture and architecture.

Link: Palace, Cabbage, Geddit?

Capybara Posted on 31/1 11:16
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Hoof for chorleyphil.

Opinions, please. Savoy or red? Steamed or pickled? Raw even?

boro_bliss Posted on 31/1 12:09
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Who cares??

janplanner Posted on 31/1 13:31
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i'm eating a pickled red and brie sandwich, even as i type (munch, munch).

it is delicious.

Mr_Omar Posted on 31/1 13:35
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Big Al.

Remember him?

Goal_Scrounger Posted on 31/1 18:33
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Favourite cabbage = 117 post thread. Who'd have thought it?

Capybara Posted on 1/2 14:08
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It's very underrated is cabbage.

FW_2 Posted on 1/2 14:13
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Have you ever had salsify Capybara? I'd never even heard of the stuff until last week. Blimey, there's a whole new world of vegetables about to rise up and take over the world.

Tsk, two 'worlds' in one sentence. Miss Finn would go mad.

--- Post edited by FW_2 on 1/2 14:13 ---

Capybara Posted on 1/2 14:16
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Sounds more like a verb than a cabbage. Transitive AND intransitive. That's Mrs Stubbins to thank for the last bit.

FW_2 Posted on 1/2 14:20
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My friend made some soup with it last week - I thought she was just making up random foodstuffs when she told me.

Link: You what?

janplanner Posted on 1/2 14:23
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looks kind of like a flowering carrot to me.

Capybara Posted on 1/2 14:25
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Anything that has a variety called Mammoth Sandwich Island can't be all bad.

Anyroad, that's me. I'm off to Meet Tens of Thousands of Vegetarian Singles for Love.

Piquet2 Posted on 1/2 14:28
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It tastes peppery.

Capybara Posted on 2/2 12:50
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Cabbage-induced calmness required methinks.

8oro2005 Posted on 7/2 19:27
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Lettuce looks great in the clip

http://www.wimp.com/lettuce/

8oro2005 Posted on 7/2 19:27
re: Favourite cabbage

Lettuce looks great in the clip

http://www.wimp.com/lettuce/

speckyget Posted on 20/2 13:34
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Charlton.

Capybara Posted on 27/2 13:27
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Cabbage time by the looks of it ....

boro_bliss Posted on 27/2 17:54
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Who cares?

newholgate Posted on 27/2 17:58
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I like red cabbage best.

However, I went on a course just before half term and we always get lunch provided. One of the items on the buffet table was a plate of white cabbage mixed with mint sauce. It was lovely!

Capybara Posted on 17/3 12:34
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Should be good as long as it's made with vegetable stock.

Link: innit

FW_2 Posted on 17/3 12:42
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Followed by colcannon today?

Capybara Posted on 20/4 9:43
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Wish I was there ......

Link: mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm .....

Capybara Posted on 2/5 13:55
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Well, it's better than threads purporting to, or giving the impression in the subject line that, they know something about/have final tickets.

Celestron Posted on 2/5 14:03
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Not so sure about that....then again.

plymuff_diver Posted on 2/5 14:06
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White, raw, shredded on a kofte kebab.

spring cabbage tossed in butter and black pepper.

ospreyheights Posted on 2/5 14:11
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boiled bacon potatoes and a savoy cabbage, cook very slowly. An Irish culinary delicacy, what a meal.

PumpingGnome Posted on 2/5 14:27
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Korean pickled cabbage (Kimchi) is a national delicacy. Used to eat it by the plate load in that place in Borough Road which is now closed. Interesting texture and taste - some of it can be quite spicy.

Own favourite domestically is Spring Cabbage (Spring Greens) shredded, stir fried with garlic and juniper berries and juice of a fresh orange. Even my kids like it.

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Kilburn Posted on 2/5 14:31
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I got my best ever veg delivery last week.

It included some nicely thin-stemmed purple sprouting, a pointed cabbage, and two artichokes.

Celestron Posted on 2/5 14:44
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More a Brussel Sprout man myself...good pumping gear.

Capybara Posted on 3/5 14:11
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I know I only hoisted this yesterday but I'm doing it again for the same reason, but also for the benefit of anyone who didn't read Kilburn's excellent news

Capybara Posted on 4/5 15:08
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Can't believe no one else was pleased for Kilburn.

Capybara Posted on 30/5 17:47
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Boi-oi-oing.

Capybara Posted on 15/6 16:43
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summat for those not watching the game perhaps. Like me.

Kilburn Posted on 15/6 16:54
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Its a bit warm for cabbages now.

How about favourite salad leaf?

I like a bit of lovely soft lambs lettuce.

Capybara Posted on 25/8 11:18
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Hoof.

Capybara Posted on 25/8 11:19
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Oops. We're not in it this year, are we

Capybara Posted on 3/10 11:24
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Doh!

Smifter Posted on 3/10 11:33
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Normal cabbage

speckyget Posted on 3/10 11:35
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Cavolo della Morte

Capybara Posted on 3/10 11:40
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speckyget Posted on 8/1 13:51
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You just wouldn't beleeeeive what Googling 'Coventry cabbage' produces...

Link: Anyone going by train?

Capybara Posted on 9/5 8:47
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Hoof for Tommo

Buddy Posted on 21/5 16:33
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.

Link: Sprouts

Capybara Posted on 5/6 9:02
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Hmmmmmm ..... missed this.

Coluka Posted on 5/6 9:04
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MARK VIDUKA !!

Capybara Posted on 4/12 8:49
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Oink.

Fatsuma Posted on 4/12 8:51
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I had some nice tender leaf curly kale last night!

Capybara Posted on 4/12 8:55
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It's beautiful ...

Fatsuma Posted on 4/12 8:57
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Not the way I cooked it!!

Fatsuma Posted on 4/12 9:13
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Trevor !!

Capybara Posted on 4/12 9:14
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Jan Kohler!

Fatsuma Posted on 4/12 9:16
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I like what you did just there!

samglish Posted on 4/12 9:24
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has to be this one

Link: biggest cabbage out there