Tip No. 3: Sandwich – The Fairhill

I ate a Taylor Gourmet sandwich for dinner last night at work, which reminded me of my favorite hoagie of theirs. The Fairhill is stuffed with delicious roasted, juicy sprouts. The other ingredients are listed above. Essentially all of the ingredients are great and the cilantro, pickles, cashews and aioli meld together for an unconventional sandwich….

Thai Coconut Curry with Brussels Sprouts and Tofu

Thai food is one of my favorites. I love peanuts, coconut, ginger, chili, lemongrass, and any combination of those flavors. I’ve been trying to stray away from my go-to Brussels sprouts recipes (i.e. roasting them and slightly tweaking the spices I dump on top.) so last week I experimented with a Thai Coconut Curry with Brussels Sprouts and…

Guest Post – Brussels sprouts curry

Welcome to our first guest cook post, all the way from … well my mother. These Brussels sprouts are made into an Indian curry. I traditionally don’t buy frozen sprouts, but my mother likes to use them in a variety of things, and they work well if you’re making them into something that’s more soup…

Tip No. 2 – Fried Brussels sprouts

Today’s tip comes from Side Door in Chicago. I’m not sure what the exact menu item is called but these are fried Brussels sprouts. Don’t they look fancy? The menu changes, so if you pop in you might not be able to get them that day/week. Now if you’ll excuse me, it’s lunch time. Keep…

Raw sprouts

Do you like raw vegetables? I’m not talking about cucumbers, lettuce or anything else traditionally eaten raw. But, are you willing to try other vegetables in their raw form? This past weekend I was ridiculed for regularly eating kale raw. I think kale is a great base for a salad, as long as you don’t…

Tip: Chez Josephine

Here’s a tip from NYC. A side of Brussels sprouts from Chez Josephine on 42nd St. If you have a tip (good or bad!) email me or post a comment below. More coming soon!