Cornish Cauliflowers are Go! The Cool Cauliflower Recipe Collection.
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?
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.
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