From Our Partner GoodBite.com
Ah, Brussels sprouts. The origin of this small mini cabbage is obscure, though it is believed to have originated near Brussels (hence the name) in Belgium. Brussels sprouts are usually consumed cooked, and to prepare them, one should remove any wilted greens and snip off the rough side that was once attached to the stalk. They’re a great source of vitamin C (who knew) and considered “antineoplastic” because they contain naturally occurring chemicals that help fight against cancer. It seems like everybody hates Brussels sprouts. Continue Reading at goodbite.com to try out the listed recipes which just mightsway that opinion.