It is an historical fact that the laborers who built the Great Wall in China were fed sauerkraut to prevent scurvy and other debilitating diseases that come from eating only rice.
Europeans were devouring stewed cabbage during the cold winter months because it was one of the few staples available when the ground produced little else.
It is a favorite of Sicilian chefs for use with pasta. “Caciovacchino” was a similar product made in times past.
Caesar Salad (SEE-zer) – The salad consists of greens (classically romaine lettuce) with a garlic vinaigrette dressing.
It is said that long ago, on cold mornings in New Orleans, women would walk the streets of the French Quarter selling these warm fried cakes for breakfast. California Roll – A California roll is a slender mat-rolled sushi roll containing crab, avocado, and cucumber.