Maybe we all have an inner Alsatian peasant longing for a dish just like this. As nights get colder and colder, the fruits of autumn — newly dried prunes, cabbage, and a harvested hog — are woven together with the wild piney flavor of juniper berries. Dried berries work very well, but ripe, juicy juniper berries lend a hint of sweetness that elevates this pork loin dish. Freeze any extra-ripe berries. They freeze beautifully.
Adapted from "The Wild Table" by Connie Green and Sarah Scott.
If there's corned beef, then why not corned salmon? The term "corned" apparently comes from when salt looked more like corn kernels. Wherever the term originated, corned beef has become a longstanding tradition in Irish-American cuisine. This is a delicious and flavorful twist on a familiar favorite.
As with all of these recipes, it’s important to pay attention to the quality of ingredients... this is a simple recipe and the quality of ingredients should shine through. The potatoes are ideal accompaniments to the cabbage and salmon and are best enjoyed with the full flavor of the delicate and mineral-laden skin.
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This is a wonderful way to cook savoy cabbage, do not overcook as the cabbage will turn to mush; this is spicy, so use less pepper if you like your food tamer.This is great with an asian dish such as fried rice.
Savoy Cabbage Rolls recipe. Ready In: 90 min. Makes 1 servings 1812 per serving Ingredients: cabbage, turkey sausage, vegetable oil, scallions, spring or green onions, celery, parsley leaves, rice, egg, salt, black pepper