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Cauliflower Link-Up

Uncategorized | 13th May 2015 | By

I’m lucky enough to live in Cornwall, the county of cauliflowers and if you like this rather underrated vegetable as much as I do, this is a very good place to be. Karen over at Lavender and Lovage likes them even more than I do; passionate would not be an overstatement and she has been far more adventurous with ways of preparing them than I ever have.

Karen is so keen on the cauliflower in fact, that she has invited me to co-host a cauliflower linky party and blog hop to discover even more ways of cooking with this humble brassica. We want your recipes and would be delighted if you could share them with us and everyone else by linking up your posts to the live linky at the bottom of this page.

Cauliflower wasabi soup is a favourite of mine, but like Karen, cauliflower cheese is my go to comfort food and the dish I make the most often. Occasionally cauliflower goes into curries or gets roasted to accompany other things, but this is my opportunity to try something completely different. What is your favourite way to eat cauliflower?

Cauliflower Link-Up

You don’t have to use Cornish cauliflowers to enter, you don’t have to be British to enter. Entries are welcomed from all around the world. The only rule is to link to this post and Karen’s over at Lavender and Lovage and share Karen’s rather gorgeous badge so that others can join in. Closing date is 31st May 2015.

If you are on Twitter or Instagram, let us know by using the hashtag #CoolCauliflowerRecipes and we will retweet, like and share all those we see.

By entering you are agreeing to let us use an image from your entry on this site, and to pin to Pinterest. Please be respectful of other people’s copyright and give credit where it is due.  


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    Johanna @ Green Gourmet Giraffe
    14th May 2015

    I am so hoping you make a chocolate cauliflower cake! I love cauliflower and have been very sad that it has been expensive lately and very excited to see the price go down so I could cook some last night – will try and post the recipe soon so I can send it your way – and will be excited to see what else will be on the linky

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      14th May 2015

      Oh Johanna, I hadn’t even thought of that. I think I might just have to rise to that particular challenge – eek! Look forward to seeing what you did with your cauli.

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    Emma @ Supper in the Suburbs
    14th May 2015

    WOW Cauliflower Wasabi Soup?! That sounds amazing. I’m intrigued to see what people come up with. we cook with cauliflower a lot but none of it very exciting…

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    14th May 2015

    What a great idea for a linky party! I’ve added my all time favourite cauliflower recipe, but it’s an old one from last year. I hope that’s ok? I’ve updated it with the badge and links.

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      14th May 2015

      Thank you Elizabeth, that’s great and old posts are fine. It’s really about sharing recipes for this classic vegetable.

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    Sarah James
    14th May 2015

    I love cauliflower, not sure I’ll have time to post but look forward to seeing all the recipes for inspiration 🙂

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    15th May 2015

    this is such a brilliant idea and I have a HUGE caulicrush at the moment so perfect for me, in fact today I have a cauliflower pea and wasabi soup going on the blog!! So watch out!

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    17th May 2015

    Wasabi Cauliflwoer Soup is calling to me. The cauliflowers I find here in South Wales at the supermarkets tend to be Cornish, so I am pleased to join in and I have come to appreciate this under-rated vegetable. As well as this new recipe, I hope I can share a couple more from my archives (is there a limit?) – they will be cauliflower recipes that have won me over.

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      25th May 2015

      Hi Shaheen – I’m just back from our trip to Wales and had forgotten all about cauliflower. I shall at it with renewed enthusiasm now. Submit away, I think this is all about sharing, so the more recipes the merrier.

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