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broccoli romanesque experiment update

Posted by on Oct 19, 2009 in Blog Posts |

So here it is, the romanesque broccoli. I couldn’t find a quick/easy recipe online so I cooked it the way I usually eat cauliflower since we all like that, and I know how to do it.

I made my white sauce (classic bechamel) and steamed the romanesque.
I think I overcooked it a little (it got kind of a drab green…) I thought it was OK, but I prefer cauliflower. DH said he liked it and thinks he would prefer it to cauliflower, M loved it, and ate it. I don’t think she noticed it was any different from cauliflower.
They say the cook is the “gatekeeper” for the family and what they eat. So true!
D: “This is really good. “
Me: “It’s OK, I prefer cauliflower.”
D: “So, I’m never going to see this again, am I?”
Me: “Probably not.”
Guilty as charged! My mentor, Ellyn Satter says that if you expect to cook for yourself or your family on an ongoing basis, you have to enjoy what you eat, enjoy the process and have some pleasant anticipation. SO TRUE! I can’t put my finger on why I didn’t go for this veggie, but I have lots of others I really do enjoy, so this one will probably just be a curiosity.
Does anyone know a great way to cook these Romanesques?
Anyone else had an experience trying a new food recently?
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