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  • Tag: cabbage

    slaw & order: sweet and sour coconut coleslaw with mint, coconut, and dates

    I’ve had my foot surgery (a tricorrectional osteotomy if you want to know more) and I’m in the midst of convalescing. The surgery went well despite having a highly advanced case of hallux rigidus. I wore a cast for 2…

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    cold sesame noodles on repeat

    It’s a bone fide heatwave here in Vancouver and I’m not going to complain. It’s hot, but we can manage. Bike rides add much needed breeze and is a generally pleasant way to get around town. Cold drinks on a…

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    atakilt wat: turmeric-spiced potatoes, carrots & cabbage

    Sunday was Mother’s Day.?And because my mom isn’t around anymore, I couldn’t make her a meal or call her on the phone. But I pulled out a tablecloth that I had picked up when I was visiting with my dad…

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    quick comfort meal: pasta with cabbage & leeks

    This is my take on haluski, a traditional Polish dish made with pasta and cabbage – a perfect weeknight meal because it all comes together quickly. And it’s?affordable?(uh, cabbage!)?that probably uses ingredients that you’ve got hidden away in the fridge…

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    knife skills: winter rutabaga slaw

    When autumn rolls around, I eat a lot of apples. I will slice up an apple into quarters and start snacking. Granny Smith and Pink Ladies are the 2 varieties I’m loving right now. They’re tart and crisp and full…

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    a warm hug in cabbage form: stove-top braised green cabbage with apples

    I’ve been running my own web design business for nearly 10 years and I still never get used to the slow times. This past spring and summer were slower than it had been in years and it got me a…

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    long summer weekends: my take on sam’s slaw

    For nearly the past week, the entire Pacific Northwest has been given a heat advisory. Coming from Ontario where the summers are hot and muggy, this advisory – where temperatures got up to just over 30° C (aka 86° F),…

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    dowdy vegetables: cabbage, potato, carrot soup

    At the moment, my fridge contains a dark green cluster of bitter rapini, a bag of red-stained blood oranges and 2 bulbs of fennel. It’s food like this – bitter, sharp and interesting, that helps to make February – and…

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