I had a lovely potluck Shabbat dinner with friends this weekend. As my contribution to the meal, I prepared some cabbage that I had left in my fridge from last week’s trip to the farmer’s market. This recipe was quick, easy, and delicious – so a winner all around.
First, I chopped two small onions:
I sauteed the onions in about 1 tablespoon of coconut oil:
While the onions cooked, I chopped up a half head of cabbage:
Once the onions were slightly browned…
I added the cabbage plus 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar and cooked until the cabbage darkened and became soft:
Right at the end, I added several shakes of thyme and a pinch of salt. Yum! Here’s the full recipe written out:
Ingredients - 2 small onions - 1 tablespoon coconut oil - 1/2 head cabbage - 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar - thyme - salt Method Chop onions and cook in a skillet with heated coconut oil until just beginning to brown. Add cabbage and apple cider vinegar and cook until cabbage wilts and darkens. Add thyme and salt to taste.
See? Sooo easy.
My friends made a delicious tomato and coconut chili with beans, corn, and rice:
After the meal, it was down to business putting together a new bed from CB2. CB2 is a modern furniture and accessory branch of Crate and Barrel. My friend just bought the CB2 siesta bed, and it required home assembly.
Are we up to the task?
There was a slight hiccup with the alignment of the headboard…plus some apparent mislabeling of parts…plus we put some pieces on the wrong way….plus we had one misguided phone call to customer service…but besides that things went smoothly!
All’s well that ends well:
After all that hard work, we needed some reward…reward in the form of ICE CREAM. Look for my next post on the best ice cream in Minneapolis. 🙂