Archive for November, 2011


Here is a way to fix the good tasting tender Deep Cove Farms Brussels Sprouts.  This recipe was given to me by my neighbor Diane and quickly ate at Thanksgiving Dinner. As a matter of fact they were the first to go.


4 strips of Bacon

1 lb. of Deep Cove Farms Brussels Sprouts for that great fresh flavor but you can use store bought after  ours are finished but it will not be as good.

1/2  medium onion finely chopped

1 glove of garlic, I like 2, finely chopped or if you have a press that is better.

1 tablespoon brown  granulated

1 tablespoon butter but it is ok to splurge with a couple more lol


1/2 teaspoon black pepper



In a skillet, cook the bacon to tender crisp. Slice the sprouts into halves Rremove the bacon after finished and all but three tablespoons of bacon drippings. Put in sprouts, garlic, and onions and cook until the onions are tender. Add some other seasoning that you like  as oregano if that Italian or Meditterean Flavor is desire, or thyme or rosemary for the French style. With that add the sugar and bacon, stir and cover and cook until the sprouts are tender, about 30 minutes at medium heat. Occasional stir this so the sprouts do not stick.  If it becomes too watery remove the last 10 minutes. Add the butter and salt and pepper while the sprouts are cooking. Serve and enjoy