Friday, 5 April 2013

Food on Friday: Cauliflower and cabbage


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Hey, hey – it's Friday – again.  Food on Friday is about those super healthy veggies – Cauliflower and Cabbage.

Cauliflower goes well with:

Anchovies
Breadcrumbs
Broccoli
Butter
Capers
Cheddar cheese
Coriander (cilantro)
Cumin
Garlic
Gruyere cheese
Ham
Lemon juice
Mozzarella cheese
Olive oil
Olives
Oregano
Parmesan cheese
Parsley
Turmeric



Cabbage goes well with:

Anchovies
Apples
Bacon
Beef
Blue cheese
Butter
Caraway seeds
Celery
Chestnuts
Coriander seeds (cilantro)
Dill
Eggs
Fennel
Feta cheese
Garlic
Ginger
Ham
Juniper berries
Mustard
Nutmeg
Olive oil
Onions
Parmesan cheese
Parsley
Pepper
Pine nuts
Pork
Pork sausages
Potatoes
Sesame seeds
Sour cream
Soy sauce
Walnuts
Wine vinegar



Now, on to the link up.  Just put your name and the name of the dish into the first box and paste the url for your post into the second one.

Do pop by some of the other links to check them out.  If you would like a button you will find it on my contact page.

Hope you all have a great week.


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61 comments:

  1. Thanks for the email! I love food on fridays from you, it always reminds me that the next on my side of the world is friday!

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  2. Thank you for hosting the linky party Carole!

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  3. Love, love cauliflower and cabbage ~ Fabulous ingredients for recipes ;)

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  4. Hi Carole~ I love linking up to Food on Fridays! Thanks for hosting each week~Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

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  5. Thanks for this, Carole! Love cauliflower and cabbage - so I've brought my Cauliflower Cheese, the Chicken & Cauliflower Curry, Kielbasa sausage with red cabbage, Red Cabbage and Apple, Red Cabbage and Cranberries and a fabulous recipe for Borscht!

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  6. Great theme for Food On Friday this week! I linked up 2 of our favorites :) Thanks again for featuring us in this month's featured food blogs!!

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  7. Hi Carole~~ here's mine. <3
    I'll be back with another later on--when it goes live.

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  8. The forgotten vegetable!! cauliflower is a wonderful thing!
    Mary x

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  9. Hi Carole! I shared my Stuffed Tomatoes recipe today, looking forward to exploring the other links!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  10. Great category, can't wait to check out these recipes!

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  11. Hi Carole - thanks for the link up, mine is Cauliflower Cheese Soup which is totally delicious.

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  12. Thanks for the link-up! I love all of the new ideas for cooking with cauliflower and cabbage!

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  13. My cauliflower cheese soup is great to use up left over cauli cheese, in fact I think I prefer it, so always make extra so I can make the soup!

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  14. Great link up - as always, thank you Carol!

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  15. Added cauliflower buffalo wings - thanks!

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  16. Thank you for the email! Great Link party!

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  17. Thanks as always Carole! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  18. Thanks for the email and link party!

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  19. Thank you for hosting this tasty party! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  20. I love cauliflower and cabbage! Thank you, Carole, for this feature. Good vegetables any time of year.

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  21. All linked up! Thanks Carole!

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  22. Hi Carole!

    I hope I did it right, I linked the cauliflower soup to the list above! Here's the link in case I didn't: http://thewholebagofchips.com/2013/04/03/5475/

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  23. Linked up, thanks for visiting my blog and letting me know about this Carole! :-)

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  24. Hi Carole! Thanks bunches for popping by my blog and for the invite! What a great link up! I added my link to our Cauliflower Pizza above, I only see my name showing up at the moment. Not sure why.

    Have a great weekend! Happy Blogging and cooking!
    Love from the NJ Shore!
    xo Jenny Holiday...and Aaron!

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  25. Thanks for the link up! I'm enjoying looking at the other links.

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  26. Yum! These recipes look delicious. I love how cheap both of these products are and how much you can do with them!

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  27. Thanks for letting me know about your link up! There are a lot of great recipes on here. :)

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  28. Thank you for the invitation! I think the timing of this series is perfect for the event on Monday, Food Bloggers Against Hunger: http://www.givingtable.org/food-bloggers-against-hunger/

    Again, great round-up!

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  29. Thanks for hosting, Carole! {the Apple & Cabbage Salad is my all time favorite :-) } Have a great weekend !

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  30. Thanks for inviting me! My blog isn't actually a food blog but I'm happy to join in.

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  31. I have three submissions because I love these vegetables so much!

    1) Cheesy Cauliflower Soup
    2) Cauliflower and Butternut Squash Winter Vegetable Soup
    3) Braised Red Cabbage with Goat Cheese

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  32. Thanks Carole for inviting!linked Gobhi matar ka keema.

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  33. This is a great blog, Carole. Many thanks for visiting mine. I've added my Cauliflower & Cumin Soup - though got a bit muddled in the doing so now listed as Kay at No.100 and realised should have put in name of recipe, so that's now No.101. I'm sure you can sort out. Great idea! Just realised I have another cauliflower recipe - Drowned Cauliflower - a south Italy recipe, so I'll add that too.

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  34. I love cauliflower! It's very affordable and you can do so much with it! Just added my cauliflower potato soup. Thanks for doing this!

    http://mysoupforyou.blogspot.com/

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  35. Thanks for the invite to link up!

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  36. This is fun! Thanks for inviting. Already found some good recipes here.

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  37. Just realized that I didn't link to the specific cauliflower post, but to my blog in general. (Slow learner.) Is there a way to delete a link so I can do it again?

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  38. Happy Friday, Carole!

    Not two of my favorite vegetables, but that may change after trying some of these fantastic sounding recipes.

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  39. Yummy! Lots of inspiration here!
    http://thefarmersonlydaughter.blogspot.ca/

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  40. Thanks, Carole. Posted a great seafood lasagna using a cauliflower cheese sauce.

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  41. Hi Carole, nice round! Thanks for letting me know. I am always happy to share my Russian recipes, and what can be more Russian than cabbage :-)

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  42. What a great idea! Thank you, Carol! I've added my Tasty Colorful Kitchari Skillet Meal, which showcases red cabbage.

    http://fatfreevegan.com/slowmiracle/2013/02/21/tasty-colorful-kitchari-skillet-meal/

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  43. While we love cauliflower, I have yet to make it any other way than steamed or raw... And those get old real fast. lol Love some of these ideas! Thanks!
    I shared my Creamy Coleslaw recipe; makes a great side dish for many meals, but none better than BBQ! :)
    Have a great weekend! <3

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  44. Sorry I'm running behind, Carole. Thanks for the party--I linked up a few soups.

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  45. Wow! So many nice recipes. I shared a Potato, Green Cabbage, and Leek Soup with Lemon Creme Fraiche.

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  46. Thanks for hosting Carole. Hope I'm not too late. I've linked my Cauliflower Soup with Porcini Oil.

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  47. Hey there - can whoever left a link intended to be Cabbage Roll Casserole try again - unfortunately the url you put in was for Food on Friday by mistake... Cheers

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  48. Hi Carole! linked up my Cauliflower recipe. Thanks!!!

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  49. Hi! Here's another of my recipe....cabbage kofta curry. Hope all will like it :)

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  50. Hi! Sharing another recipe....cabbage kofta curry. Hope u will like it :)

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