• B is for Brussel Sprouts

    Ways to Cook Brussel Sprouts from our Facebook community:
    1. From Laura:  Add them along in the oven to a variety of roasting vegetables, toss in bacon fat and herbs after removing from oven.
    2. From Stacey:  Boil them in chicken broth, then when it boils out, throw a pat of butter in the pot and saute them for a bit.
    3. Also from Stacey: They are also good halved, tossed with garlic and olive oil and roasted in the oven. Or tossed with garlic, lemon zest and olive oil, kebobed and grilled.
    4. From Sarah:  Maple Glazed Brussel Sprouts, click for recipe or find on Recipe page
    5. From Heather: Shred in a food processor, then I eat them raw like a slaw, or sauté with cranberries (or raisins or apple) and some bacon.
    6. Some words of wisdom from Stacey:  Fresh brussel sprouts in season taste much better than frozen.
    7. Words of wisdom from Christine:  When my Dad used to grow brussel sprouts he always said they tasted sweeter after the first frost.
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