This recipe comes from chef Hugh Acheson. Although it’s a late winter or early spring dish, the technique can be used year-round with cabbage alternatives, Acheson says, like with arugula, corn, and cherry tomatoes in the summer and sautéed spinach and apples in the fall.
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