Truly Yummy Cauliflower that I Wish Everyone Would Eat

My children tell me that I “push” my food too hard to their friends. I guess I always want to “sell” whatever I am making. My girls already like it and are perfectly willing to let their friends “take it or leave it,” but, for some reason, I want them all to TAKE IT! I mean, it’s good. Why wouldn’t you want to eat something that’s GOOD?

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I found this recipe for “Cauliflower Saute” while paging through magazines in my sister-in-law Mary’s lovely sitting room many years ago. We had been teaching together for a year or two, and she had introduced me to her husband’s brother, whom I decided almost immediately to marry. Sometimes Mary and I rode to school together, and after school we stopped in at her charming house to have tea. When I found this promising recipe, Mary copied it out for me on a little recipe card. Now it is a treasure as Mary died from cancer a few years after serving as a bridesmaid at my wedding.

Cauliflower Saute (I promise your kids will like it if THEY JUST TRY IT!)

  • 2 medium head cauliflower
  • salt
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • chopped parsley (optional)
  1. Remove outer leaves & stalks from cauliflower. Trim off any blemishes. Separate flowerets into small bunches & put into enough boinling water to cover.
  2. Cook cauliflower 15 to 20 min. or til just tender. Drain thoroughly.
  3. Melt butter in lge. skillet. Saute cauliflower until lightly browned. Arrange in serving dish. Sprinkle with parsley, if desired.

It’s sauteed in butter, people. It’s best when it gets a little browned. My kids gobble it up. So do I. Mmmmmmmm.

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