If your family likes the sweettart flavor found in many German dishes, they'll enjoy this recipe. The cabbage, apples and onions are cooked with vinegar, sugar and aThe classic German red cabbage side dish found in virtually every restaurant and home throughout Germany. A thoroughly authentic recipe. Melt butter in 4 quart Dutch oven. Add apples and onion; saute slightly. Add cabbage, red wine, cloves, sugar and bay leaves.
Christmas red cabbage
Fin and Farm – The bridge between Sussex farms and the dinner plate
But remember to come back and add this recipe to your Bookshelf. Become an Eat Your Books member and you can create your own searchable index of all your recipes in your cookbooks, magazines, online and clippings. Always check the publication for a full list of ingredients. An Eat Your Books index lists the main ingredients and does not include 'store-cupboard ingredients' salt, pepper, oil, flour, etc. At Eat Your Books we love great recipes — and the best come from chefs, authors and bloggers who have spent time developing and testing them. Join Now and Get Started.
We are really excited to introduce our first batch of limited edition bacon and ham. This is the result of our collaboration with Jon, at Lancing College Farm — who traditionally rears his rare breed pork — and Dave, from Calcot Farm, who is our expert at smoking and curing. Our bacon has been hand prepared — dry cured for a week and smoked over apple and oak chips for a sweeter depth of flavour. Highest welfare bacon means that from start to finish, the whole process brings together humane, ethical farming and expertise at preparation.