Brussels sprout


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Brussels sprout

1. a variety of cabbage, Brassica oleracea gemmifera, having a stout stem studded with budlike heads of tightly folded leaves, resembling tiny cabbages
2. the head of this plant, eaten as a vegetable
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After T H Clements harvests and cleans its Brussels sprouts, mechanical graders remove sprouts that are smaller than 20 mm and larger than 40 mm as well as some foreign material and extraneous vegetative matter.
dear, it's only eight weeks to Christmas and that means it's not long to go until the inevitable stampede for fresh Brussels sprouts begins.
The world record for the most Brussels sprouts |eaten in a minute currently stands at 31.
A star of the fall and winter garden, cold-hardy Brussels sprouts can be enjoyed all winter long; the colder the weather, the better they taste.
Continue cooking until the Brussels sprout leaves are tender.
Stuart |Kettell in training to push a Brussels sprout to the top of Mount Snowdon
Fancher says that Green Giant Fresh is also focused on "making whole fresh vegetables more convenient" by offering green beans, corn, Brussels sprouts, sweet baby broccoli, Little Gem lettuce and asparagus in modified-atmosphere bags and resealable pouches.
For the Brussels sprouls: Place green Brussels sprouts, 3/4-ounce
Here I can have a garden and not feel guilty if the weeds overtake the garden, so I have attempted to grow Brussels sprouts. In the spring I searched the stores for Brussels sprouts seeds.
The development and history of the brussels sprout is somewhat mysterious, but by around 1806, the seeds of brussels sprouts appear in Philadelphia seedsman Bernard McMahon's broadside catalog, pointing to an earlier development in Europe.
There is no middle ground when it comes to Brussels sprouts. Until now.
Even the stuff others hate - Brussels sprouts, stuffed dates, endless church services, jellied fruits, overeating, repeats on TV, even marzipan.