I like brussel sprouts. Kinda like cabbage. I thought cabbage was pretty standard fare in the UK? Depends on how you cook them many times though. For things like brussel sprouts and asparagus, roasting is very good. Put them on a cookie sheet and douse them in olive oil, coarse salt, pepper, whatever you like, and then put them in the oven to roast them. You'd have to look up the temp/time. I'm not sure. But they turn out very nicely.
I made some more of my turkey, cheese, German mustard, and cranberry sandwiches. My dad looked at it like I was crazy, till he tried a bite. Then he said, Hey, make me one of those, that's very good. If there's one thing I know, it's what tastes good.
I really love cranberries anyways, such a tasty blend of sweetness and tartness. Did you guys know that Wisconsin produces over half of the world's supply of cranberries? It's true. Check out this site for WI Cranberry Growers Association. It's pretty cool, the cranberry is really good for you. All you people who suffer from UTIs can thank WI later for keeping your pipes clean.
Oh, and speaking of beer, I'm brewing a chocolate stout today.