this not a beautiful natural wonder? Why am I so uneducated about the educated cabbage? Most of my experience with cauliflower has been the bland steamed vegetable tray, sometimes called "steamies," served to fill space beside a more tasty entree in restaurants. And this is a waste. Cauliflower is just too common and inexpensive to remain so untapped in my kitchen.
cauliflower soup by The Pioneer Woman recently and the cream called to me. It seemed just a tad thrown together, which appeals to my slapdashedness in the kitchen. It was nothing too exact, so I thought I couldn't really mess it up. I was right, because it was great even though I forgot to serve it with the sour cream.
One, for Roasted Cauliflower with Olives and Herbs is so beautifully photographed it is making my stomach growl. (Sadly, my stomach will be receiving lazy grilled chicken salad tonight instead.) Those marinated olives!
The other is a Coconut Curry recipe with potatoes and zucchini accompanying the cauliflower. Anyway, the curry interested me. Plus, the site reminded me that I've been wanting to order a giant vat of coconut oil for forever, but either forget to budget for it or simply forget. This is the year of the vat.
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