10 responses to “Brassica oleracea [Capitata Group] ‘January King’”

  1. Daniel Mosquin

    I’ll add: having made sauerkraut perogies on the weekend (one of my top ten favourite foods), I will attest to the superior qualities of cabbage.

  2. Deb

    Yum, that sounds delicious. Do you share recipes, too?

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    I might be able to track it down…

  4. Knox

    I’d appreciate a copy of your sauerkraut perogies recipe. Great photoghaphs — look good enough to eat!

  5. Eric in SF

    Ha! I just watched the Good Eats episode on Broccoli and they did a cool opening segment with all the different vegetables that are botanically all the same plant!

  6. Margaret-Rae Davis

    This is nice to see. Good food source and nice as a decorative addition to one’s garden.
    Thank you,
    Margaret-Rae

  7. elizabeth a airhart

    the pictures are good enough to eat

  8. Peggy

    Beautiful colors! Have seen green cabbage and red cabbage; have never seen red-and-green! Hooray for the brassicas!
    And I, too, would love to have that recipe . . . are perogies the same as or related to pirozhki?

  9. Daniel Mosquin

    It’ll be a little bit before I get the recipe up – I think I’d prefer to do it accompanied with photographs…
    Yes, all the same – many variant spellings.

  10. jobi

    really cute

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