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Rhubarb Sat 13-Sep-08 14:58:14

buy a cabbage, boil it, eat it.

CatMandu Sat 13-Sep-08 15:24:50


CatMandu Sat 13-Sep-08 15:25:07


RustyBear Sat 13-Sep-08 19:10:14

buy a cabbage, boil it, eat it....


Tortington Sat 13-Sep-08 19:26:15

you have a fettish i wish my dp had bought me a potted cabbage

cocolepew Sat 13-Sep-08 19:27:09

My Mum frys her cabbage.


cocolepew Sat 13-Sep-08 19:28:09

MY Mum fries her cabbage.


*Choose your prefered spelling.

CountessDracula Sat 13-Sep-08 19:28:26

have you seen what you can do with a cabbage???


FabioBigBangBlackHole Sat 13-Sep-08 19:28:32

I have a bonsai cabbage.

cocolepew Sat 13-Sep-08 19:35:52

DH and I are cabbages

2loudboys Sat 13-Sep-08 20:36:21

Shred cabbage, fry diced bacon till fat runs, add shredded cabbage, stir fry for a minute. Add teeeeny bit of water and clamp on lid for NO MORE than 2-3 mins. Uncover and stir through small knob of butter and some ground black pepper. EAT.

hullygully Sat 13-Sep-08 20:39:26

Remove caterpillars carefully. Discard cabbage. Wait some time for funny brownish sticky stage and then ooooh at the lovely butterflies. Fry lightly (no oil) and serve with a gentle Chablis.

SqueakyPop Sat 13-Sep-08 20:44:08

Chop cabbage into 1cm wide strips. Stuff into pan. Add a few tbsp of water and heat.

random Sat 13-Sep-08 20:45:30

Go to asda buy ready chopped cabbage in bag ..bung in microwave ..job done

Lomond Sat 13-Sep-08 20:47:13

My mum used to fry it too, only because no one would eat it first time round.

onepieceoflollipop Sat 13-Sep-08 20:48:01

buy cauliflower instead.

Lomond Sat 13-Sep-08 20:49:49

or brussel sprouts, they are just cabbages in disguise.

onepieceoflollipop Sat 13-Sep-08 20:51:23

They are mini cabbages Lomond, a bit like courgettes are tiny marrows. grin

Lomond Sat 13-Sep-08 20:52:24

Really, I didn't know that wink

onepieceoflollipop Sat 13-Sep-08 20:54:04

(I kind of made that up, then I thought actually maybe they are?)

Lomond Sat 13-Sep-08 20:55:50

LOL, but cabbages grow in the ground and brussels grow on stick things!

onepieceoflollipop Sat 13-Sep-08 20:57:31

blush of course!

Lomond Sat 13-Sep-08 20:59:03

maybe the stick things grow in the ground? wink

onepieceoflollipop Sat 13-Sep-08 21:04:29

Lomond I feel bad that we are hijacking such an important thread, it is very disrespectful and flippant of us. We are distracting genuine posters from the important business of cooking cabbage. grin

Rhubarb will set custy on us which is scarier than being reported to mnhq.

cocolepew Sat 13-Sep-08 21:04:35

The stick things are, in fact, cucumbers,

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