Good stuff if you don’t overcook them!!
The Lord sometimes has limits too.
When you’re poor, you have to be creative when it comes to food
Grandma is very poor, good thing she’s very creative
Probably where Agnes gets it
in the case of brussels sprouts, god bless the composter…
Brussels sprouts are the work of the Devil.
Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
I was seriously traumatized by those little greenish suckers in the Navy. Those cooks could do very bad thing to them.
Good if fried in a little soy sauce. Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving to all! May your feathers remain unruffled.
Today’s brussel sprouts are much tastier than in years gone by; the magic of horticulture have changed that bitter taste that we all learned to hate as children into a nutty taste.Try quartering the sprouts, tossing them with a little olive oil/salt/pepper, and then roasting at 400 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes.
I didn’t know Andy from Foxtrot did the cooking at Agnes’ house- what a bummer.
I believe I could take either the tuna or the olive loaf on their own, but squished together ? Yikes!
Thinking of all those making do the best they can this Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving, and thanks for making my “Great Value” frozen turkey dinner sound good.
Yeah, don’t push it, not when the main dish contains tuna. Happy Thanksgiving though…….
I agree with Agnes!
This strip can be heartbreaking.
I don’t understand the bad rap sprouts get. Oven roasted, grilled, or just steamed…I love ’em.
My two boys showed me that, regardless of the vegetable, cheese sauce can make ANYTHING edible!
The only difference being that as they aged, we went from sauce prepared with Velveeta to sauce prepared with Gruyere, Emmental and Gouda! But the principle remained the same – drown the offending vegetable in enough sauce and – voila -it becomes edible!
I leave them planted in the dirt – you just can’t be too safe with something so gawd awful yucky.
Tuna, AND olive loaf?!!!? my stomach rolls in sympathy!