Cabbage and Noodles

Krautfleckerl, Haluski or just plain cabbage and noodles, this is a popular, simple, quick recipe which is easy on the budget and can be made to your taste. Different countries, regions within those countries and even individual families have their own recipe. There are basic ingredients such as cabbage, egg noodles, and onions (you could … Continue reading

Juju’s Favorite Coleslaw

I love coleslaw and I would make it all of the time if there was  more interest in my family.  Gene was not crazy about it  so I rarely made it unless we had a crowd and I had potato salad and all of the other goodies too.  Now, I am making small portions so … Continue reading

Weight Watcher’s Corned Beef and Cabbage

This is a traditional dish I make every year for St. Patrick’s Day.   Having experimented with a number of recipes I finally settled with this recipe which everyone likes.  It is a Weight Watcher’s entree and another plus is that it is cooked in a slow cooker.  

Homemade Sauerkraut

Very few gardeners make sauerkraut at home, but I did make it a few times with great success.  It does take a month or more of brining, skimming, and pressing the cabbage down to make sure it is always covered with brine. My husband and Dad were thrilled with the finished product.  It definitely has … Continue reading

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls in the Slow Cooker

I have 3 recipes I like to make: this one, a Weight Watcher’s version and a casserole dish where you chop up the cabbage and not roll up the leaves. See also Stuffed Cabbage Rolls – Weight Watcher’s Version or Cabbage Casserole Comment:  Because there are two layers they are hard to get out whole without tearing … Continue reading

Cabbage Casserole

I have always made cabbage rolls but when I found this recipe I thought it was a great idea to make a casserole dish where the cabbage is chopped up instead of rolling the leaves around the mixture.  A favorite to freeze and pull out individual servings when I need them.    See also Stuffed Cabbage … Continue reading