Freedom and Cabbage

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Isn’t red cabbage wonderful? The colour and texture as you cut into it! I’m stewing it up slowly with some balsamic vinegar.

I have a few days of holiday from work, my son has gone on Easter camp, and I am supposed to be caring for my daughter. But at the moment my daughter is getting along quite well – I am not needed nearly as much as usual. Today she has even ventured out on her own, leaving me to play around in the kitchen and generally relax. It has been so long since I had time to myself I don’t know what to do!

  1. Joy said:

    I love red cabbage. I made a nice coleslaw with it yesterday – finely shredded red cabbage, carrot, sweetened dried cranberries and some mayo. It was really tasty!
    J x

    • Yum, really like the addition of cranberries – very tasty.

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