3 Oct

That got your attention…………DIDN’T IT

At first I thought this was pretty funny…but the more I look at it  , it actually very creepy…….  HAPPY   HALLOWEEN   !!!!!!!!!!!!!




Okay , So I thought at first I would make this because it has a lot of cabbage  ( which is good for you  , you know ,  healthy ) and very little meat so I could make this and have it for lunches  even if it wasn’t much.


This is really good,  it’s  so good I couldn’t keep from saying ,” this IS REALLYY GOOOOOOOOOOD ”

Yes ,  Virginia ,  when you look at the ingredients it sure doesn’t amount to much


When they are combined the dull and singular flavors sing harmoniously to create a melodiousness that will  overwhelm your   epicurean  sense of fine dining.

Okay ………….maybe that’s alittle over the top ,  but it is good and you should make it .

Really quick and easy for a week night supper


Olive oil

olive oil

1 large onion – chopped

3 cloves garlic – smashed and chopped

2 tsp. caraway seeds

Worcestershire sauce

1.25 ground round

I head cabbage ( 6 ” or so across ) –  cored and  sliced as thin as you can

2 cups shredded cedar cheese

3 tbsp.  sour cream

1/2 cup bread crumbs

Preheat oven to 375′

Spray 9 x 13  baking dish with cooking spray

In a large frying pan add a little oil and sauté onions till translucent

Add garlic and caraway seeds and cook until fragrant ( only about 2 min , you don’t want to brown the garlic )

Add beef , a couple of shots of  Worcestershire sauce , salt and fresh ground pepper  to pan and  cook until just no longer pink.

Add cabbage , Stirring, folding , until it wilts alittle and turns translucent.

Take it off the heat and let cool for 10 min,

Add cheese and sour cream , mix thoroughly

Turn into baking dish and sprinkle with breadcrumbs

Bake 40 min until lightly browned


Eat and Enjoy!



PS:    I think some mushrooms would go real good in this

and you vegans can leave out the meat and this will still be good !




  1. Amy October 6, 2015 at 7:59 pm #

    I cannot wait to try this. After all, fall and winter are casserole seasons!

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