Cabbage & Root Veggie Slaw

Photo of completed coleslaw in a glass bowl

I first made this coleslaw to accompany Butternut Squash and Black Bean Tacos and it just may be my new favorite. It’s a hybrid of the creamy, slightly sweet slaw I grew up on and the lighter, olive oil-based versions that I have gravitated to as an adult. This recipe is the best of both […]

Cabbage & Pasta

plate of cabbage and pasta

When I was a college student and had my first apartment, I made this dish several nights a week. It met all of my top criteria: fast, simple, and literally pennies per serving. Also, by dividing up the package of pasta, it was easy to make in single servings. Years later, I introduced Cabbage & […]

Tokyo Bekana Cabbage

head of Tokyo bekana cabbage

Tokyo Bekana Cabbage Veggie Type: Cruciferous, leafy greens Season: Can be found year-round Peak months: Best in the spring and fall Uses: Tokyo Bekana Cabbage looks a whole lot like lettuce, but looks can be deceiving! While it doesn’t taste much like you might expect a cabbage to taste, it actually can be prepared similarly—think […]

Red Cabbage

red cabbage

Red Cabbage Red cabbage with outer leaves Veggie Type: Cruciferous Season: Can be found year-round Peak months: September-November Uses: While the pictures above look pretty different, they’re actually both pictures of red cabbage. The second shows red cabbage more or less as it looks in the ground, but a cabbage very much like the first one […]

Cabbage

green cabbage

Cabbage Veggie Type: Cruciferous Season: Summer-Winter Peak months: October-November Uses: Cabbage stores well in the produce drawer and can be eaten raw or cooked. Use it in soups and stir-fries or pan fry it with olive oil, garlic, and chili pepper flakes and serve as a side dish. Thick-leafed cabbage makes great slaw and there […]

Cone Cabbage

cone cabbage

Cone Cabbage Veggie Type: Cruciferous Season: Summer and fall, but it’s easy to find year-round Peak months: Grows June-December Uses: Cone cabbage can be prepared like regular cabbage, although it has a sweeter flavor. Try it in coleslaw or make it into kimchi or sauerkraut. Cone Cabbage Inspiration More cabbage inspiration coming soon! Let us know […]