So we got some cauliflower from the farmshare and I almost never eat the stuff. I had an amaaaazing cauliflower soup at my friend’s parent’s restaurant on Anna Maria Island one time, and that’s the only memory I have of ever eating cauliflower. I don’t know how to recreate the soup, nor do I feel like working that hard, so I googled cauliflower recipes and I found that, to my surprise, people seem to prefer dry heat to wet heat. (I was just working on analogy to broccoli, which probably isn’t the best idea). Since I like pan-frying, I decided to try that, following 101 Cookbooks. Well, sort of following it. I’m using whatever I have on hand rather than what she calls for. What I have on hand happens to be garlic and leeks from, you guessed it, the farm. We’ll call it a white dish. I keep some lemon juice ice cubes around and everyone seems to like lemon with their cauliflower, so I threw in some lemon juice, too.
It turned out pretty good, but I give most of the credit to the lemon juice. Somehow nothing else seemed that flavorful. But sure, I’ll add cauliflower to the list of vegetables I eat.