From the awesome Reboot Your Life website. Affiliated with Joe Cross from "Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead". If you are, like me, are among those who are seriously questioning the food and lifestyle choices which are producing such negative results, I recommend Joe's movie as a starting point, and the website is loaded with recipes for juicing, and vegetarian meals for those not ready to take the full plunge.
I adapted this from a recipe I saw at Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska. I had been looking for ideas for red cabbage with mushrooms since I had both on hand. I was intrigued by their recipe, and adapted this one out of that, with some seasoning changes.
It is a variation on rotkohl and I served it with (Cottage Ham) Recipe #493933, which paired together perfectly. Bill's German culinary roots were screaming "Ya Buddy"!
From the March 2007 Gourmet magazine, to which I have subscribed for more than 35 years. This combination is outstanding and the prebrowning of each vegetable is key. (Yes, it's more work, but it is worth it!) It is delicous hot and even better at room temperature.
This is a simple seasonal dish that takes 5 minutes to throw together and tastes delicious. It's from the cooking show, "Fresh with Anna Olson". Dish can be baked in advance and re-heated in the oven to serve.
I go nuts over this cabbage in the Paris delis. Red cabbage is very good you you and this keeps 2 weeks in my fridge with no problem. The crunch is still there! Use all organic ingredients if possible. A terrific side dish to an omelette or sandwich.
This recipe is from the Sept. 16, 2008 edition of the "Living" section of our local newspaper, "The Democrat & Chronicle" (adapted from "In Praise of Pecans by June Jackson" ). I have never tried kohlrabi, but it has been described as a member of the cabbage family but more mild than its broccoli and cauliflower cousins. The article states "pecans and honey accentuate the vegetable's sweet side". I have not cooked this yet but am eager to try it.
Sweet potatoes get a modern, sleek, delicious update in this dish that's sure to become a favorite at your table. The simple flavors of sweet potatoes, toasty nuts and sharp vinegar go together great. Hope you enjoy :)
This was originally known as Morgan Hill Garlic Mushrooms, but since more people are familiar with Gilroy name from the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival in Gilroy, CA I am posting with the Gilroy name. This was from 1979 contest and oh so good. Marinated mushrooms became very popular in the late 1970's and this is a wonderful recipe highlighting both garlic and mushrooms.