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    I LOVE brussell sprouts

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    Lunch today: brussell sprouts and cut up carrots cooked in bacon fat and coconut oil w/ a chicken sausage (usually do shrimp) and then topped with gorgonzola. YUMMY!!!!

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    Oooh, that sounds good.

    How long do you saute the brussel sprouts for?Are they cut in half or whole?
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    Mmm that gives me an idea. Bacon butter Brussell sprouts. Inject butter into the sprout and wrap it in bacon. Now I just need a butter syringe.
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    How timely! I just stumbled upon the following recipe last night and was intending to make this this weekend.

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    Carmelized Onion-Bacon-Pecan Brussel Sprouts (!)
    http://southern.food.com/recipe/cara...sprouts-124966

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizch View Post
    Oooh, that sounds good.

    How long do you saute the brussel sprouts for?Are they cut in half or whole?
    I do cut them in half just so they cook faster. It probably takes 10 minutes. Not really sure as I don't really pay attention. I just taste one every now and then till it is the way I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodiewan View Post
    Wow that looks awesome. Going to have to try that one!

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    tis the season! I love brussel sprouts in the fall sautee'd with shallots and pancetta. However I also just love them steamed with a bit of butter and sea salt.

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    Brussel sprouts perfect companion is ham. It's like God intended them to go together.

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    they are my most favorite vegetable, my grandfather is growing some out in his garden this year actually. cut them in half and drench them in coconut oil, salt and garlic and roast at 400 degrees for 40-45 minutes.....too good to be true.

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