Cabbages

Some articles on cabbage, cabbages:

Cabbage
... Cabbage (Brassica oleracea or variants) is a leafy green biennial, grown as an annual vegetable for its densely-leaved heads ... oleracea, a wild field cabbage ... Cabbage heads generally range from 1 to 8 pounds (0.45 to 3.6 kg), and can be green, purple and white ...
Klatch - Unnamed Continent - Sto Plains
... of rich black loam, upon which rests a great squat forest of cabbages ... The cabbage has an almost mythic status among the people of the Sto Plains, and is an emblem of its largest and dominant city, Ankh-Morpork ... farming areas of the Plains for life in the big city would happily never see a cabbage again ...
Cabbagetown (Atlanta) - Culture - Origins of The Name
... the nearby Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill, would grow cabbages in the front yards of their shotgun houses, and one could distinctly smell the odor of cooking cabbage coming from the neighborhood ... Another explanation is that a train carrying a load of cabbages derailed by the mill adjacent to the neighborhood, and the poor residents quickly accumulated the cabbages, and ... and flipping over spilling its cargo of cabbages across the street ...
Fortunée - Synopsis
... She went back and kicked the cabbage ... labourer the ring and the pinks, and also to turn into cabbages some of the soldiers sent for the girl ... One of those cabbages had spoken to her earlier ...
Shandong Cuisine - Ingredients - Staple Vegetables
... Potatoes, tomatoes, cabbages, mushrooms, onions, garlic and eggplants make up the staple vegetables in the Shandong diet ... The large, sweet cabbages grown in central Shandong are renowned for their delicate flavor and hardiness ... As has been the case for generations, these cabbages are a staple of the winter diet throughout much of the province, and are featured in a great number of dishes ...

Famous quotes containing the word cabbages:

    Few and signally blessed are those whom Jupiter has destined to be cabbage-planters. For they’ve always one foot on the ground and the other not far from it. Anyone is welcome to argue about felicity and supreme happiness. But the man who plants cabbages I now positively declare to be the happiest of mortals.
    François Rabelais (c. 1494–1553)