“I never liked Brussels sprouts but this dish is so tasty!” We have heard it many times at Brickhouse 737. We serve fried Brussels sprouts with Portuguese sausage, miso vinaigrette and maple candied macadamia nuts and it has become a favorite dish for many of our guests.
Brussels sprouts are an older vegetable and have come a long way.
Brussels sprouts were grown maybe as early as the 13th century in what is now known as Belgium. They were very popular in the Southern Netherlands during the 16th century and they eventually spread throughout Northern parts of Europe. Production of Brussels sprouts in the United States began in the 18th century in Louisiana and then spread to California’s Central Coast which offers the ideal combination of coastal fog and cooler temperatures.
Memories of overcooked Brussels sprouts by well-intended family members…
Memories of overcooked Brussels sprouts by well-intended family members are common, but these can be put to rest. Brussels sprouts are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and make a nutritious addition to your diet. Try them at Brickhouse 737 and you will not be disappointed!