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Brussels sprouts

brassicaoleracea var. gemmifera.
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Brussels sprouts are part of the Brassica family |which also includes cabbages, broccoli, kale and kohlrabi.
GILBERT FLORES, a dinner cook at Cafe Soriah, chose a meal of breaded pork chops, braised Brussels sprouts and a puree of potatoes and celery root for today's edition of The $10 Gourmet.
She said: "We employ five people most of the year, and up to 25 'elves' at Christmastime to help us cope with demand, especially for our chocolate Brussels sprouts.
Trendy restaurants from New York to San Francisco have been serving Brussels sprouts in a variety of tasty preparations for a number of years, and now the once maligned leafy green vegetable is so widely accepted it even graced a seasonal pizza from California Pizza Kitchen earlier this year.
The one plant that survived didn't even produce any Brussels sprouts until months later in the fall.
The development and history of the brussels sprout is somewhat mysterious, but by around 1806, the seeds of brussels sprouts appear in Philadelphia seedsman Bernard McMahon's broadside catalog, pointing to an earlier development in Europe.
500g turkey leftovers, chopped 100g blanched almonds 2 rashers bacon, chopped 15g butter for the sauce: 400ml milk 25g butter 100g grated Cheddar 1 garlic clove, minced 1 tbsp Parmesan 15g flour 1 pinch of paprika 60ml sweet sherry 1 tbsp parsley, chopped Maldon salt and fresh black pepper BRUSSELS SPROUT PUREE ?
1 It won its name after becoming popular in the Belgian capital in the 16th century but the Brussels sprout is thought to have come from Iran and Afghanistan originally.
1 It won its name after becoming popular in the Belgian capital in the 16th Century, but the Brussels sprout is originally thought to have come from Iran and Afghanistan.
Across the country, Serious Eats New York recently touted its 12 favorite Brussels sprout dishes in the city that never sleeps.
Good news and bad news for Brussels sprout fans this year.