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  • I don't have one because I hate them, Sorry:(
  • Steamed and a stick of butter on each sprout ;)
  • Flame thrower!
  • steamed. they are so delicious. cabbage hearts is another wonderful vegetable.
  • Make a roux add cream and butter salt and pepper. Add in cleaned, par boiled and sliced in half Brussel sprouts. Mix all together and enjoy!
  • steamed, then slathered with butter and salt before i eat them.
  • Steam them invis. +5
  • Douse with gasoline. Set on fire. Melt some marshmallows over the fire and make some s'mores. Brussel sprouts are the devil's boogers (hey, I just made that up!)!!
  • Along time ago,Mom called everyone for supper.I come in sit down,and my food is already on the plate and I notice the dreaded brussel sprouts.I eat the rest of my meal and keep pushing the sprouts around hoping they will magically disappear,because I have no desire to eat them.My mom seeing this says "You need to eat those,there are children in this world that are starving for food like that". Being 13 and a young smartass know it all I responded," Why don't you put in a box and send it to them?" MOTHER OF GOD!Something hit me on the left side of my head and knocked me from the chair! Slowly I picked myself up while putting my on glasses and looking for collateral damage from the sudden and violent impact of the nuclear device that had just detonated beside me.All I saw to my left was my father sitting in his chair looking at me over his glasses,with one of 'those' looks that could kill a child at 100 yds. I waited for the verbal aftershocks that I knew would be forthcoming,but all I heard in a soft but stern voice saying "Don't you ever let me hear you talk to your mother like that again". With an almost inaudible "Yessssir",I ravenously devoured all of the remaining brussel sprouts,while hearing my 2 younger sisters,trying to hide their giggling between bites of food . That was 41 yrs ago.I have yet to eat another brussel sprout.
  • Steamed, and buttered
  • This is my favorite: Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta and Garlic 1 pound Brussels sprouts 2 ounces pancetta, thin slices* 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1/2 tablespoon olive oil Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper 1 tablespoon water * Lean, thin-sliced bacon or prosciutto may be substituted. Preheat oven to 450° F. Cut the stems from the Brussels Sprouts, halve each one lengthwise, and remove any blemished leaves. With a V-shaped cut remove the core (this technique opens the leaves of the sprouts slightly without destroying their integrity, which makes available more area, and more texture, for the added flavorings to hang on to.) Toss together Brussels sprouts, pancetta, garlic, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt, and pepper in an 11- by 7-inch baking pan; spread in 1 layer. Roast in upper third of oven, stirring once halfway through roasting, until sprouts are brown on edges and tender, approximately 25 minutes. Stir in water, scraping up any brown bits on bottom of the pan. Toss the mixture again before serving. Serve warm.
  • Steamed and then covered in garlic butter and bacon bits!
  • I like them steamed...but still crisp. Nothing worse than mushy, overcooked b. sprouts!
  • The same way I cook broccoli or cauliflower..steamed till just cooked, but still a bit "al dente" and then served with butter and a bit of salt/pepper to taste. Anything else would mask the flavor. Some people only like their vegetables served with sauces..you know, cheese sauce for instance. I am not one of them. Happy Thursday! :)
  • My favorite recipe for brussels sprouts: Open lid of trashcan Drop sprouts in Close trashcan
  • Roasted.

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