How to make Cabbage Soup

How to make Cabbage Soup
How to make Cabbage Soup

 Every few weeks I ride in my car, have money in my pocket and go to a predetermined place. Here I met my entrepreneurs. I flipped through a *** green bag and he gave me a big bag of goodies.

I went back to my car, took the ***** cord, put the plastic back in and filled it inside.

How to make Cabbage Soup

If I'm lucky, you have a neighbor on the street to explain the contents of the bag. At this time of year, I look into the eyes of small potatoes that I cannot see, resting near the lively carrot kaleidoscope, or placing shoulders against parsley. 

This is a mysterious box, and CA25 is like twenty pounds of full sprouts for me. I cut the moon-shaped cabbage into thin ribbons and cooked in *** simple *** potatoes, onions, garlic and salt broth. Each bowl is finished with good olive oil and a pinch of chopped cheese.

But first let me tell you a little more about the ***** form and Andy and Julia before leaving the soup. There is a little story behind it… I buy goods from Mariguita at the farmers market every Saturday. Many years later he decided not to go to the market (long story). Keep in mind that Marigold sells my favorite carrot of all time and I hope it will be a new source for me.

 

Otherwise, Julia emailed some of her arrangements last summer, stating that she would make deliveries in San Francisco sometime ... Are we looking forward to the pick-up? He also mentioned Andy's desire to buy one of the best managed mystery boxes - which caused all the fuss.



This is not CSA, this is gorilla. So far, every week (s) Julia and Andy have a big delivery truck with lots of mystery boxes. Julia drove the big truck north to the Santa Cruz Mountains in Silicon Valley and then to San Francisco.

He parked the truck in front of a restaurant he had already named, and people from all over the city came to trade money for the mysterious miracle. I tried every kind of clothes I wouldn't sell - and as you can see from the photos, they are beautiful and bright because Andy took care of growing and handling them.

With Super Sound, this is another reason I want to live in San Francisco. On a good night, I not only come home with a box (er, bag - reusable box), but sometimes I sit down for a drink or a slice of pizza and take Julia with me. This is a real treat.

A note to any Marigvita fans on SF: Marigvita's laptop was stolen and their mailing list is gone. If you are interested in knowing when / where the mysterious nights occur, you can email Julia from this page.

I threw this cabbage soup last night and had lunch today would be even better. I suspect that many of you have all the supplies you need. So, maybe not cabbage. Please select one and try again.

I did not build my shares in the average week. I am a big fan of Robinsall Herb Boleyn (available in many stores), I use 1/2 cube in soup. I crush it into powder and add it to *** before adding water. I cooked some rancho cordo flagella beans, so I used them here, but don't worry if you have to open it.



    1 tbsp extra **** olive oil


    A big pinch of salt


    1/2 pound potato, peel and cut into 1/4-inch slices


    4 cloves garlic, chopped


    1/2 large yellow onion, finely chopped


    5 cups stock (see title note)


    1 1/2 cups white beans, pre-prepared or canned (filtered and washed thoroughly)


    1/2 medium cabbage, coated and cut into 1/4-inch ribbon

    Learn high quality - ****** sprinkle with olive oil


    1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, fresh ground



Heat the olive oil over medium heat over a large coarse light. Stir in salt and potatoes. In short, cover and cook for about 5 minutes - that's fine. Apply shake several times. Stir in garlic and onion and cook for another minute or two. Add stock and beans to a boil. Stir in the cabbage and cook for a few more minutes until the cabbage is tender and tender.

Adjust the seasoning now - it is important to get the right taste or your soup will be flat and smooth. Add as much salt as you want to taste, and the amount of salt in your stock will vary widely, depending on how salty your stock is (brand, homemade, etc.).

Serve with a little olive oil and a generous amount of cheese.

Our Reviews:



It is 10 degrees here this morning, so a big bowl of hot soup is amazing today - and I still have all the ingredients. I don't want to add potatoes, beans and cabbage, but your recipe is not the best.

I recommend flavors to add carrot seeds and dried tomatoes. I realized that I could get some new plants from the greenhouse. But of course this is the best thing about soup - there are endless ways to make even the simplest recipe!


Farmer susan

Thanks for the great recipe! A real inspiration to all its recipients! Your picture is beautiful

Cinnamon


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