Gardening 2009: time for another colour

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Marie Langhoff-Roos November 03, 2009, 08:29 AM
Such a nice colour :-)
What will you make of it?
Spelterini November 03, 2009, 04:47 PM
We simply shred it, cook it and put some salt, pepper and caraway in. Usually we don't add anything else. Many restaurants here add chestnuts - which is excellent, too.
Sometimes we eat it raw as a salad - very fresh and yummy.
---> And always that wonderful colour!
Marie Langhoff-Roos November 03, 2009, 09:10 PM
That sounds good.
Have you ever made coleslaw with it? It's tasty and very colourful (and most kids like it)... I make it with red cabbage, carrots, sesame seeds (popped), mayo, greek yoghurt, salt and pepper and some lemon juice.

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