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I just ate brussel sprouts with some olive oil and garlic, it was sooo yummy. If you don't know what to cook tonight I recommend these
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Re: Yummy

Also if you cook them in Cidona it helps
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What is Cidona?

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Too late, I already had a bar of chocolate for diner tonight... that was quite nice too
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Re: Yummy

Ah maybe its an irish thing

it tastes like cider... but its non alcoholic.



I believe the company that makes 7Up makes cidona
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I never heard about it! I think that tomorrow I will bake the brussel sprout with olive oil, garlic and some emmental, it must be tasty I'm hungry and on a diet...

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Are they in season ?

I always associate brussel sprouts with Xmas.

Not a fan myself
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I bought it freezed at Coop. Very tasty when you're starving!

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Re: Yummy

a friend in the USA introduced me to them stir fried - steam them first and stir fry with garlic, onions, bacon and cheese...... I'd always had the plain boiled ones with Xmas dinner before... now my husband requests brussels sprouts much to everyones amusement....
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Roast them in the oven with salt, pepper and olive oil till they are crunchy outside, soft inside. Really good.
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I believe the company that makes 7Up makes cidona

Oh! Yep, I cook mine in apple juice and butter, cooked down until the sprouts are glazed.
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Sounds quite nice. . . .


Although i have fairy cakes in the oven at the mo!! Diet?? its my day off
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Re: Yummy

Mmmmmmm brussel sprouts.......the poor misunderstood vegetable but so yummy.

My mum makes the best brussel sprout and ham lasagne......super delicious

Got the receipe now so I am gonna give it a whirl.
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Re: Yummy

Hmm! Sprouts from Brüssels, raw, shredded with charlottes and carrot julienne, balsamico and olive oil salt, pepper.
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I seen an Asparagus Lasagne, didnt see a recipie but look delicious so wouldnt mind giving it a go.
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Re: Yummy

sounds delishes. ill try it tonight. thanx!
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