How beautiful. If Jams isn't quick I might steal them before his eyes ;-)
It's so fresh and tempting. Never tasted it. Just looked in one of my cookbooks and saw two recipes: 'au gratin, with Camembert cheese and cooked ham', and 'in cream sauce with bacon'. Can hardly wait till shopping tomorrow.
CherryPie,four posts on one day made your Kohlrabi. :) Enjoy the delicatesse.Claudia,potatoes, meat loaf, Kohlrabi - one evidence for that simple meals can be most delicious.Hope you enjoyed to feel the first Kohlrabi melting on your tongue. :)
To meet with a Kohlrabi has been (still is) quite an adventure! First, although I had brought your photos, it was hard to locate it. Then, when I suggested to the helpful vegman to cut the leaves off, he looked at me with pity. "You know nothing! Everything good, very good." And he gave me part of a leaf to chew on. A bit bitter...I brought the whole kohlrabi home, looked in the English-French Dictionary, saw chou-rave. I googled the name and discovered (as you say) that I didn't need any fancy recipes to enjoy the kohlrabi, raw, or steamed. Tonight, I'm using it in a pasta dish.Your kohlrabi is OK, Sean. It has been fun to read all the articles on the internet. Many people rave about it. Thanks!:)
A Sean I am touched that you have grown wuch magnicient vegetables in my honour! I salute you sir!
Claudia,a pleasure to read your Kohlrabi adventure.... in a pasta dish?! Hm. So far we had always potatoes with the Kohlrabi. If I am able to convince the female majority, we'll give it a try, though. Enjoy your meal.Jams,my pleasure. :)Almost off topic: Rumour goes that pregant with an idea McSeanagall has retreated in the labour room of his thoughts joyously expecting to give birth to an Ode to Kohlrabi.