AKA Rainbow Cabbage SaladIf you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen my post about a version of this salad at the end of last year. I was talking about how happy I was to be making a Veggie Slaw in December entirely from vegetables we grew ourselves.
Some of that is due to plain luck - having fresh sweet peppers from the garden is not usual in December in Upstate New York. They somehow survived in the fridge until then, which is unusual. We had not ever grown red cabbage before. I couldn't resist the plants when I saw them at the local greenhouse's buy one, get one sale last June, and they grew spectacularly, despite our challenging weather this past summer. There actually are still some carrots out in the garden, under a hay bale, waiting to be dug up when Larry gets around to it. And this is the best time of year for Brussels sprouts - some cold weather sweetens them right up.
We are getting close to the garden's last hurrah, however - at least when it comes to fresh stuff.
We are able to console ourselves though, because every day, we get more seed catalogs in the mail. Nothing gets rid of t...