Red Cabbage and Slow-Cooking

Recipes for Health
Red Cabbage
Adaptation of classic dishes, where cabbage is slow-cooked, or quick-cooked, or raw shredded in salads, etc.
With each method you'll see and taste the many facets of this versatile veg.
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Recipes:
~ Braised Red Cabbage With Apples; NYTimes.com
~ Red Cabbage: Versatile, Economical — and Tasty; NYTimes.com
~ Stir-Fried Tofu, Red Cabbage and Winter Squash; NYTimes.com




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Techniques
Easy Tips for Improving Slow-Cooker Meals
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Slow Cookers Tips
Slow cookers are in the spotlight again, with several new cookbooks devoted to the appliances. Ideal for busy people and slow-cooking lovers.
Full Story and Recipes: Crock-pots and other slow cookers are once again popular; post-gazette.com


Food News
A bubbling, saucy stew with a perfect mix of meat and veggies, hearty and warming in the winter. ...
Full List: 5 Foods That Taste Better the Next Day; epicurious.com


More Recipes:
~ Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage; simplyrecipes.com
~ Traditional Braised Red Cabbage with Apples; deliaonline.com








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