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(Eat This Not That)   Cheyenne Buckingham, the Ric Romero of food journalism, suggests you try cooking your cruciferous vegetables   (eatthis.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Nutrition, Dietary fiber, Brassica oleracea, Brussels sprout, Intestine, human body, Gastroenterology, Large intestine  
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2021-03-05 4:30:11 PM  
On one hand, I'm not a huge fan of the "everything cauliflower" trend. It's not bad, but I swear, people take things too far.

On the other, I make a really good cauliflower tikka masala. So there's that.
 
2021-03-05 5:15:54 PM  

Gonz: On one hand, I'm not a huge fan of the "everything cauliflower" trend. It's not bad, but I swear, people take things too far.

On the other, I make a really good cauliflower tikka masala. So there's that.


I'm doing my every-so-often "huge pot of Curry Gravy" cook tomorrow and will be prepping a cauliflower and chick pea curry for 2 of my lunches next week with some of it (I freeze the rest in 1 cup servings and my GOD does it make meal prep easy).  if you've never tried cauliflower and chick pea - or cauliflower and almost any bean - curry, I highly recommend it.  It's like the cauliflower becomes completely tofu-like in its ability to take on the flavor of the sauce.

Cauliflower "faux-tatoes" can suck it, though.
 
2021-03-05 5:21:31 PM  
I do a cauliflower tempura that is very tasty.
 
2021-03-05 6:44:09 PM  
Cheyenne Buckingham sounds like the name someone would give to men at a bar while trying to scam them for free drinks.
 
2021-03-05 7:13:47 PM  
ooh! ooh! do asparagus next!
 
2021-03-05 7:21:20 PM  

Cervetus: Cheyenne Buckingham sounds like the name someone would give to men at a bar while trying to scam them for free drinks.


Her ET/NT reports are the perfect backstory if they look her up!

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2021-03-05 7:24:10 PM  
"Cruciferous vegetables"?

Nail some taste into them?
 
2021-03-05 7:53:05 PM  
OH MY GOD
I HAD NO IDEA
THEY COULD BE
COOOOOOOKED
 
2021-03-05 7:53:07 PM  
Baked broccoli is pretty f'n good.
 
2021-03-05 8:33:16 PM  
I do like Buffalo fried cauliflower.

But other than that the only thing I'd go to town on is steamed broccoli.

I'm not making cauliflower rice and pizza dough. Other things do a better job. Like rice and flour.
 
2021-03-05 8:50:39 PM  
Aloo gobi for the win!
 
2021-03-05 9:44:25 PM  

ZMugg: "Cruciferous vegetables"?

Nail some taste into them?


oh, lawd. you're just lucky I hadn't opened my next beer yet.

/still chuckling about that one
 
2021-03-05 9:46:40 PM  
also, gobi manchurian FTMFW!

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2021-03-05 9:50:49 PM  
Arrange florets in a casserole dish.

Add some diced garlic.

Brush wive olive oil.

Add liberal handfuls of coarse bread crumbs.

Bake at 350 for about 15 minutes then broil on high for 5 minutes more.
 
2021-03-05 9:55:23 PM  

phedex: Baked broccoli is pretty f'n good.


not my most shining example, tbh the leeks and foil-garlics were the star of that particular show, but still the broccolis disappeared quickly as always.

(even my little niece, who somehow subsists mainly upon a diet of chicken fingers, fries, ketchup, and chef boy-ar-dee microwave cups, will inhale a plate of unseasoned steamed and/or baked broccoli - and then she will quite literally fight me for the scraps. god, I love that kid.)

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2021-03-06 12:41:06 AM  

tintar: ooh! ooh! do asparagus next!


And beets!

/purple dukes!
 
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