Nothing is better than a bowl of soup, chowder, chili, stew or posole during cold, cool and rainy weather. Major snow and ice events also beg for a hot, comforting bowl of soup. Even though spring in headed our way, we still have some cool weather ahead of us, and of course we can always
Most of the country is socked into a major deep freeze right now and during frigid weather nothing is better than hot and hearty comfort food. Today’s recipe fits that need, plus it comes from my clippings file I’ve gathered over the years, making it the perfect Throwback Thursday recipe. This recipe was inspired by
I’ve mentioned before how much I enjoy cabbage. Today’s recipe is an affirmation of that enjoyment. Cabbage is chocked full of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, calcium and folate. Uncooked cabbage is also a good source of iron. It is also low in fat, sodium and cholesterol. I’ve seen a version of today’s
I like cabbage…no, really I do, even though I know it’s suppose to be good for you. And, I like stuffed cabbage rolls. But, what I don’t like is trying to make stuffed cabbage rolls. For me it’s a tedious job that’s about as much fun as a root canal without anesthetic. So, a recipe
Do you like stuffed cabbage? If the answer is yes, but you hate the time consuming effort it takes to stuff and roll individual cabbage leaves, then this is a recipe for you! I love stuffed cabbage. I guess I happen to be one of those individuals who really appreciates what cabbage has to offer.
Many of you know I come from East Tennessee. My Daddy’s people were from East Tennessee and Western North Carolina and Mom’s people were from East Tennessee and Middle Tennessee. Not too far from where Daddy was born and spent his childhood years is a place called Blackberry Farm. This is one of the best