This is pretty much how I remember my grandmother making her fried cabbage. The cabbage came from her garden, and she would use a half a pound of real thick sliced bacon because she was feeding a lot of people usually. She would cut the bacon into "lardons", and when it was cooked crisp, take it out and put it aside and then cook the cabbage, salt, pepper and only a teaspoon of sugar until the cabbage was carmelized in areas and soft and fragrant. She would put it all in a serving bowl, add the bacon back in, mix it with a serving spoon, and put the vinegar cruet right next to it on the table. Amazing! She has been gone many years, but every time I see this recipe I think of her.
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This is pretty much how I remember my grandmother making her fried cabbage. The cabbage came...