Sunday, February 17, 2013

Boy sprouts and Brussel sprouts

These two are growing up entirely too fast.  Alex just got glasses, and Will wanted a new “do” like his buddy Maddox.  I miss these two munchkins, as well as their big cousins.
Alex, Will 2.13
Diana served some great appetizers before we went out to dinner the other night.  This one is a keeper and is also posted on Dyer Dining:

Marinated Brussel Sprouts
2 10 oz packages frozen Brussel sprouts (or cook fresh)
1 ½ C sugar
1 C cider vinegar
5 Tbsp horseradish
½ tsp salt
2 Tbsp dry mustard

Cook sprouts until tender and drain.
Heat vinegar; add sugar, stirring to dissolve.  Add remaining ingredients, and pour over sprouts (sprouts can be cut in half before marinating, if desired).  Refrigerate at least 6 hours or overnight.
Drain, and put in bowl, reserving some of the liquid in case any are left over.  Enjoy!

I wanted to eat a whole bowl of these babies.  Try it, if you like Brussel sprouts…and even if you don’t!  They are that good…and tangy.

Thought for the day:  Never a failure; always a lesson!

May your lessons today be simple, y’all!


Barb and TheDailyGs said...

Not a Brussels sprouts fan. Too bitter for me. But those boys are sure cute! And growing too fast, for sure!

Stay warm today! big hugs xoxo

Haley D. said...

You will have to make these for us to try. Are you all dried out now?

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

love brussels sprouts but don't know about 1 1/2 cups of sugar, that's a lot for me.

see you soon...

smiles, bee

Jean(ie) said...

oooh! Those sound yummy! I have some brussel sprouts in the fridge. might have to try this!

Sandee said...

Yes the little ones grow up way too fast.

I love brussel sprouts. This sound really good too. It's the horseradish that got me. Yummy.

Love the thought for the day too. Right on the money.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs from cold but sunny California. ☺

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!
The kids grow up so fast...Tommy came today with a new look...moderne hair cut!
I cooked and cooked for Sunday reunion...and two lessons I needed!!!!

I like this recipe, thanks!
Big hugs, honey!!!