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Re: Stuffed Broccoli Leaves...

Post  martha on 6/11/2011, 11:13 am

wow, I am negatively impressed with my editing abilities, "with no, without negative space" and my basic computer skills. That is twice in as many days that I thought I was sending a pm but was posting on a thread.

Good thing my language was clean!
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Post  NHGardener on 6/11/2011, 11:33 am

Wow! Those look delicious! I have never heard of eating broccoli leaves - if they're safe, I don't see why not!

My mother is Greek - this reminds me of their stuffed grape leaves dish - dolma I believe.

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Post  UnderTheBlackWalnut on 6/11/2011, 11:39 am

Oh my goodness, NHGardner....my mother's family is Christian Lebanese and we call our stuffed grape leaves "yabrak" - loosely spelled - when I was in 1st grade and had to write my favorite food, the teacher didn't know how to spell it and no one else knew what it was! I ask for this for every birthday with Mom's homemade yogurt and cucumbers/mint/garlic (which she still warms with a wool sweater from the 1950s wrapped around the bowl). Smile You can make the same dish with cabbage leaves and I, too, was secretly thinking about the similarities... Smile
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Post  NHGardener on 6/11/2011, 12:11 pm

@UnderTheBlackWalnut wrote:I ask for this for every birthday with Mom's homemade yogurt and cucumbers/mint/garlic (which she still warms with a wool sweater from the 1950s wrapped around the bowl). Smile

It will be such a sad day when the old time cooks are gone! I get my supply at the Greek festival, but that only comes once a year!
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Wow!!!!

Post  Luke Allen on 4/29/2012, 3:28 pm

I just harvested some broccoli today and I am going back to get leaves. This sounds good!!



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Post  sanderson on 1/11/2017, 2:10 am

Bump. It's brassica time. What to do with all the leaves after the main broccoli, cauliflower, etc. heads have been harvested? Boffer's recipe sounds so delish. I'm also going to try a couple rolls using large bok choy leaves (not toy bok choy).

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