Treating Myself to a Little Dose of Comfort Food

I like cooked cabbage; especially when it's sauteed. Corned beef and cabbage is really good, but I honestly don't eat beef often. Therefore, I occasionally end up eating corned beef and cabbage minus the corned beef plus potato, onion, and sometimes turkey bacon, which is delightful. Here's a recipe if you'd like.

Bacon-ey Cabbage Saute
Sauce three slices of turkey bacon in one tablespoon of olive oil until brown, and then add one enormously large sliced onion (or two medium sized onions) and two chopped yukon gold potatoes and saute until soft and brown. If things start burning, add a splash of chicken broth and de-glaze.

When onions and bacon are ready, add one roughly chopped cabbage to the pot, add another splash of chicken broth, cover the pot, and allow to cook for about ten minutes, or until the cabbage is tender to your liking. Stir occasionally. When ready, season with pepper and a good squirt of plain yellow mustard (the hotdog type, not dijon). Stir well, and serve.

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