Tag Archives: Cauliflower

Cauliflower Soup

I am a big fan of soups, and particularly their ability to use a large amount of delicious home grown produce in a nutritious way.  I try and grow as many soup friendly ingredients as I can which is why … Continue reading

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Winter Brassica Round Up

I harvested my last remaining cauliflower last week which brought to a close the bulk of my brassica harvesting for this season.  In Melbourne most brassicas are generally grown as winter crops.  There are exceptions: radishes are grown all year, watercress … Continue reading

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Top 5: Ways to use Cauliflower

Last week I posted on my Top 5 Brassicas and after everyone’s enthusiasm for all things cauliflower I feel its only right that this weeks Top 5 should be about that very vegetable.  So with no further ado these are … Continue reading

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Top 5: Brassicas

Vegetable gardening in Melbourne’s winter tends to be all about Brassicas, well Brassicas and alliums – but once you’ve planted your garlic and onions they just sit there slowly growing all winter and spring.  The brassicas though actually produce in winter, so in … Continue reading

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Spiced Cauliflower

My brother doesn’t really rate cauliflower, so naturally whenever he comes over for dinner I try to cook some.  This is partially to annoy him (he is my brother after all), but mostly because I am trying to convince him of its potential.  … Continue reading

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