There seems to be some kind of problem with downloading spring this year. Every time I think now the warmer weather will come, the sun is out, I don't have to have four layers of clothing anymore, and there is snow... But, we deal, and we move on, there's always tomorrow, right?!
This cabbage stew with pork is a perfect dish to make on those unexpected cold days. It is easy to set going, and then it simmers by itself for a couple of hours at the low heat, letting all the ingredients and flavors to immerse and deepen so you get that deep burning taste of this delightfully delish dish with lots of fiber.
It is a great meal as it is, or you can serve it with noodles or rice if you so choose to. The vegetables you use on it is up to you, the more colorful, the better, always. I didn't add any liquid to it, what liquid it does have come from the vegetable themselves. I used pork in the stew, but of course, you can make it without it as well. Or use poultry instead. Just check the taste as you let it cook, to make sure it has enough flavor in it.
As the eternal optimist, I have faith the spring will come, and the sun will shine, and the new, fresh veggies will come to the markets soon...
'Till next time
CABBAGE STEW WITH PORK & VEGGIES