All About Cabbages
See how to buy, store, and use cabbage.
Types of Cabbages
See the differences and get recipes for cabbages - from bok choy to savoy.
Beet & Cabbage Borscht
This beet and cabbage borscht is packed with roasted red beets, onions, cabbage, and white beans--all the better to make it through a cold fall or winter night.
Butter Braised Cabbage
Gently cook chopped cabbage in a bit of butter and salt for a meltingly tender and richly flavored side dish.
Cabbage & Onions
Thinly slicing and slowly cooking cabbage and onions brings out their essentially sweet nature.
Cabbage & Potato Casserole
Potatoes and cabbage are cooked with a bit of cream and topped with cheese for a hearty, warming dish.
Cabbage With Bacon
Cooking cabbage slowly with a bit of bacon turns a head of hearty-leafed crunch into a sweet and savory side dish.
Caraway-Scented Red Cabbage
Caraway seeds and a splash of vinegar make sharp and colorful red cabbage a delicious--and beautiful--addition to any meal.
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Easy recipe for classic corned beef and cabbage.
Garlicky Bok Choy
This recipe works equally well with bok choy and baby bok choy.
Grilled Cabbage gets a bit sweet, with crispy blackened edges and a slightly softened but still crunchy texture.
Kimchi - spicy fermented cabbage or other vegetables popular in Korea – is super easy to make at home. All it takes is cabbage, salt, a chile or two, and a bit of time.
Sear cabbage for great flavor.
Spicy Potatoes, Cabbage & Carrots
This dish of potatoes, cabbage, and carrots is definitely one of those easy dishes that tastes like more than its individual parts.
Vegetarian Enchiladas (Zucchini, Cabbage, and Chile)
Vegetarian enchiladas full of zucchini, cabbage, and chiles.
Cabbage, hominy, and chiles to create a stew that is far greater than the sum of its parts.