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Old 05-12-2010, 10:48 AM   #11
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Instead of butter, dice an ounce (or two) of bacon, fry til crisp, and put your cabbage in. I also slice an onion into the mix.
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Old 05-12-2010, 02:15 PM   #12
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Instead of butter, dice an ounce (or two) of bacon, fry til crisp, and put your cabbage in. I also slice an onion into the mix.
Thanks sparrowgrass, nice idea. I love geeting changes to recipes, makes eating so much better to have a change.
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Old 05-12-2010, 02:22 PM   #13
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Connie,
I have the spritz and usually pull some out for myself and use the spritz on mine.
I try to be as careful as possible, Sundays I use the real thing
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Yes, but the spritz has chemicals in it (unless you make your own), and the real thing doesn't....

Thanks for the suggestion, kades. Sounds right up our alley.would be great with some pork chops. I never seem to have sour cream around the house, but always have creme fraiche. I'll use that.
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Old 05-12-2010, 03:52 PM   #14
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Yes, but the spritz has chemicals in it (unless you make your own), and the real thing doesn't....

Thanks for the suggestion, kades. Sounds right up our alley.would be great with some pork chops. I never seem to have sour cream around the house, but always have creme fraiche. I'll use that.
Yes I know about the chemicals and use the spray now and then. It's not an oft used thing here. Creme Fraiche is always on hand so will try it next time.
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Old 05-13-2010, 08:34 AM   #15
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sparrowgrass -- thanks for reminding me of that, don't kow why i haven't done that as i love to saute green beans or brussels spouts in bacon fat and even added the some cut up bacon cut up bacon.
now have to buy a cabbage this week as I can almost taste it.
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Old 05-14-2010, 05:14 PM   #16
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Made this recipe last night and it was wonderful! Thanks Kades!
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Old 05-14-2010, 06:31 PM   #17
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Hi Kades,

Love the sour cream idea, I usually make mine with (as SG said) with diced bacon, onions, diced apples, and apple cider vinegar... Then a pat of butter to round things out... YUM!!!
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Hi Kades,

Love the sour cream idea, I usually make mine with (as SG said) with diced bacon, onions, diced apples, and apple cider vinegar... Then a pat of butter to round things out... YUM!!!
Glad you like the idea of sour cream. We are having it tonight And I can hardly wit. Thanks for a great recipe idea. Will be trying it soon.
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Made this recipe last night and it was wonderful! Thanks Kades!
Thanks gomk, We had it tonight. Had to fight off Ethan he loved it We just served it with grilled hot dogs. Tasted so good.
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Glad you like the idea of sour cream. We are having it tonight And I can hardly wit. Thanks for a great recipe idea. Will be trying it soon.
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Kades go a little further with that if you like... Heres what iv'e done, the same cabbage recipe, add some white wine, caraway seeds, and applesauce (along with everything else) saute some porkchops and layer between the cabbage mixture... Bake in the oven,,, I use to make this when I was 18 and it was fabulous then (yes check my profile I could buy wine back than ) and it is still fabulous... XOXO
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