Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad

Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad

Gosh, it has been FOREVER. I almost feel like opening with a HELLO WORLD post, like I did in my very first blog post ever. Does anyone even blog anymore?

Well, in an Instagram poll recently, it turns out that people don’t go to blogs as much, although quite a number of you mentioned that you do, indeed, visit the blog, for all the oldiebutgoodies and just to search for recipes with ingredients you have on hand.


Also, the holidays. So many of you visit on the holidays. THANK YOU!!

Speaking of holidays, I hope you had a wonderful one all around. I did not manage to get over here with a Chanukah post. I even missed my 10 year blogoversary. That was a big one. LIFE. It’s hectic these days.

In case you haven’t heard, I was busy wrapping up the manuscript for book #2, so things have been hectic over here. Lots and lots of recipe testing, but sadly none that I can share. It’s been stressful, and taxing, but OH. SO. DELICIOUS. I cannot wait till you all get to cook from it! March 2023 baby!!

In the meantime, I’ve been on a salad kick. Actually more of a SELF CARE kick. My salad making has been more about NOURISHING than feeding myself and the results have been so worthwhile.

And now I get to share the amazing results with you because this salad is everything you want in one: SWEET, SALTY, TANGY, SPICY AND SMOKY!!! Can I get an amen???? Pass the brussels sprouts!

 

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kale crunch salad
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7 thoughts on “Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad

  1. Looks amazing! Can you share what form of Brussels sprouts you use and if fresh how you clean/check them?
    Welcome back!! ;)

  2. yay! I know i may be old-fashioned, but I love blogs and always will. I definitely check in and look for new posts, but i also understand that you’re busy. I’m so so excited for a new cookbook! We use your old one lots and really enjoy it!

  3. Hi,
    actualy, I prefer blogs to any other medium. I love to read cookbooks like a novel – but they are bulky in the kitchen. I am not fond of Instagram – it is just not my world. And although I love watching some youtubers cooking recipes, I never do their recipes unless they come up with a blog – or a cookbook, eventually. And recently, my daughter asked me, if we could cook recipes, she found on Tictoc … that was a literal nightmare…
    Blogs are so much more convenient for me: I can easily transfer the recipes to my vast collection of (not yet but surely soon to be cooked) recipes, with refernce to where I found it. So I can send the recipes to virtually everyone without thinking about weather or not he or she uses the same recipe app or uses youtube / instagram / tic tocs / whatsoever. And at least, I can find the recipe quite easily everywhere I have access to the internet regardless of the device I’m using. So I love blogs – please consider continuing yours.

    And btw – I love you salad bowl. This looks amazing!

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