Tag Archives: Cabbage

Alsatian Dinner Meets Beaujolais

No we are not going Korean; I refer to the French region not the breed of dog. And what could be more Alsatian than pork and sauerkraut? Not far removed from the classic choucroute garni. D bakes well trimmed pork … Continue reading

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Sausage and Lentils with Cabbage and a Big Red Wine

First, these are the lentils left over (deliberately) from Sunday’s boiled ham meal. That cooking session has given us one Sunday dinner, two weekday winter salads, today’s lunchtime ham sandwich, tonight’s lentils, and will yet give us tomorrow’s lunchtime sandwiches … Continue reading

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Pork & Apple Pie, Cabbage and Beaujolais

Cabbage is underrated. Basically, people can’t cook it. Actually it’s tasty and crunchy, or at least a squeaky chew – great for texture contrasts. And if it’s young enough and firm enough it makes a lovely green colour on the … Continue reading

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