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Artsy Photo of the Day

14 comments

  • SAG January 30, 2008  

    Looks like the Plant from little shop of horrors

  • BS January 30, 2008  

    please explain…home-cooked or restaurant? I’ve been seeing recipes for them everywhere but I’m still so skeptical. All these food blogs insists they are delicious, but the 8-year-old in me just won’t believe it

  • BS's Mom January 30, 2008  

    My latest way is to steam them first for a few minutes and then slice in half. Saute in olive oil; add salt, pepper and a few red parsley flakes. Delicious.

  • 80 Proof January 30, 2008  

    mmm. sounds delicious. The first time I think they were just steamed. The second time we basically took them apart and sauteed them in a little oil for 3 minutes. Really easy. It’s more like eating a salad than brussel sprouts.

  • BS January 30, 2008  

    wow I’m shocked…I was expecting 8 pounds of butter and a kilo of sugar.

  • 80 Proof January 30, 2008  

    update: According to Gansie, we sauteed some garlic in olive oil, then cooked the brussel sprouts for 3 mins, then tossed with salt, pepper, and lemon juice.

  • Britannia January 30, 2008  

    That is a significant update!

    People used to call me brussel sprout when I was a child, kids can be so cruel. I do love them though, so good.

  • gansie January 30, 2008  

    britannia – why were these little children calling you brussel sprout? (that’s hysterical!)

    and – when the sprouts are briefly sauteed (leafs separated) they retained a bit of a bite and were slightly crunchy.

  • Britannia January 30, 2008  

    Apparently it rhymes with my name… I don’t want to talk about it!

  • Liza's sis January 30, 2008  

    (My first comment on your blog, which I really enjoy)…

    Brussel sprouts are the BEST. I slice them in half, toss with olive oil, s&p, and roast at 400 for 15 minutes. Sometimes, if I’m extra ambitious, I roast them for 10 minutes and then finish by sauteeing with thin slices of bacon.

  • 80 Proof January 30, 2008  

    Maybe it’s just lunchtime, but as soon as I read the word bacon, I started drooling uncontrollably.

  • 80PMom January 30, 2008  

    Who knows best? I always liked my recipe with bacon.

  • Jeb January 30, 2008  

    Yuck

  • dad gansie February 1, 2008  

    once again, neat pic, all recipes and comments are great, i’ll try cook some bb’s for the first time, other than the mushy ones our oma made in her beef stew.

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