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Friday Favorite: Brussels Sprouts

November 2nd, 2018

I used to try to grow Brussels Sprouts and never managed to do a good job of it, until a few years ago. Now we always have a nice harvest to eat during November & December. Brussels are great because they can take the cold. They will patiently sit by, coming through the coldest nights with perfect poise, waiting for all other vegetables to be exhausted. Just when all other vegetables are a distant memory, brussels are ready to eat with glorious abandon, which we do for a month.

They will keep for longer in the root cellar, but we enjoy them most within a month of harvest. This year I have 8 nice stalks to enjoy. For the most part, we eat them for breakfast, with onions, balsamic vinegar, bacon, and fried eggs on the side. It’s a hearty way to start a dark, cold day.

Do you like Brussels Sprouts? What’s your favorite way to enjoy them?

One Comment to “Friday Favorite: Brussels Sprouts”
  1. Joan on November 2, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    I love roasted Brussels sprouts. I hate them boiled! These are the only two ways I’ve ever tried them, I guess I should get creative and learn some new ways to cook them!

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