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  • But then again, served at room temperature or cold, Swedish Red Cabbage is perfect for summer, especially as a side to fish or grilled sausage, I think.

    A Veggie Venture

  • Not to worry, that terrible man still works at that terrible bar and I saw him on the sidewalk a few weeks ago, appearing to have aged about 70 years, balding, and still the proud owner of tiny little hands that I call Cabbage Patch Hands, because his fingers appeared to be fused together.

    whitehelmet Diary Entry

  • As the dolls became more available, I added a Preemie named Pollyanna and a Koosa (which could best be described as a Cabbage Patch catlike creature) named Tiger to my Cabbage Patch collection.

    Colleen Kane: Cabbage Patch Fever: 25 Years After

  • I couldn't imagine, for example, a text called the Cabbage Sutra.

    Sharon Salzberg: Cabbage Sutra

  • This storm was rotating over Rome, Georgia, which is well north, coming down the interstate over Smyrna, which is a northwest suburb of Atlanta and then right into the downtown area, it spun very quickly over the downtown area and the tornado was on the ground there from about the Georgia Dome right across to a little place called Cabbage Town.

    CNN Transcript Mar 15, 2008

  • He's in an Atlanta neighborhood known as Cabbage Town.

    CNN Transcript Mar 15, 2008

  • Meantime, in the downtown Atlanta area, one of the hardest hit communities is a neighborhood that was kind of up and coming called Cabbage town.

    CNN Transcript Mar 15, 2008

  • After Cabbage, none of the Brassica tribe should be put on the land, and, if possible, the crop to follow should be one requiring less of sulphur and alkalies, for of these the Cabbage is a great consumer, hence the need for abundant manuring in preparation for it.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

  • When a fair crop of these midribs has been taken there remains the top Cabbage, which is excellent.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

  • The Cabbage is a great subject, and competes with the Potato for pre-eminence in the cottage garden, in the market garden, and on the farm, sometimes with such success as to prove the better paying crop of the two.

    The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition

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