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Andy’s Really Yummy Cabbage with Butter

Ok, so those of you that say you don’t know how to cook, this is the recipe for you.  It consists of two main ingredients, cabbage and butter, and a little salt and pepper.  It’s impossible to mess this up unless of course you drop it on the floor.

 

Cut your cabbage root off about ½ an inch up the cabbage.  Throw it away, it won’t taste good. Next, take a couple of the outer cabbage leaves that are wrapped tight off and toss them as well.  Rinse off head (cabbage head) to remove any visible dirt. With a sharp knife, cut the cabbage in half from the top down to where the root was. With your sharp knife, cut the visible top of where the root came up into the cabbage in a triangle shape.  This will remove the woody part.  Next cut the cabbage into quarters.  Then turn a wedge onto it’s side so it is flat, and thinly slice the cabbage until it is all sitting in a nice pile on your cutting board with none on the floor.  Finally, warm up at least a half stick of butter, ya, a half stick, it doesn’t say healthy, it says yummy up there. With medium high heat, wait until butter is just starting to brown.  Drop in cabbage and stir to coat with butter.  Turn down heat after about two minutes to medium low or low.  Cook slowly until cabbage is tender and oh so buttery.  Then right before serving, add salt and pepper to taste.  I like it salty.  Enjoy with a nice piece of salmon, chicken or just out of the pot, that’s what I did last night.  Just don’t eat it every day and you should live long.

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