SOUTHERN COOKED CABBAGE - COOKED CABBAGE
Southern Cooked Cabbage - Snowman Sugar Cookies - Scottish Cookies.
Southern Cooked Cabbage
- (Southern cooking) The cuisine of the Southern United States is defined as the regional culinary form of states generally south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and extending west to Texas.
- A cultivated plant eaten as a vegetable, having thick green or purple leaves surrounding a spherical heart or head of young leaves
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- boodle: informal terms for money
- any of various types of cabbage
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- The leaves of this plant, eaten as a vegetable
New Zealand Spinach - Tetragonia tetragonioides
Buena Vista Lagoon, Carlsbad Southern CA. Low matting bush about 3 - 4 feet across. Leaves are coarse 3–15 cm long triangular in shape and bright green. The species prefer a moist environment for growth. The plant grows flat on the ground. Edible leaves. Similar properties to spinach, and is cooked like spinach - blanching the leaves in hot water for one minute, then rinsing in cold water before cooking. It can be found as an invasive plant in North and South America
Swedish Food (4), 1957
(L) "Goose Dinner: St. Martin's Day is celebrated on November 11 in memory of a saint who died on that date. This celebration is maintained particularly in southern Sweden... Black Soup and Goose Liver Sausage, Roast Goose and Red Cabbage, Apples and Prunes, Opera Torte."
(R) "Christmas Breads and Pastries: Lucia Ginger Snaps, Saffron Bread, Ginger Cake, Christmas Crullers, Butter Leaves with Jelly, Brandy Rings, Almond Tarts."
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