Modern-day Brussels sprouts originated in the country of Belgium. This vegetable began to be cultivated in Belgium in the late 1500s. More »

To roast Brussels sprouts, drizzle the small cabbages with oil, add pepper powder and lemon juice, and toss. Place the Brussels sprouts on a lined jelly roll pan, and sprinkle Kosher salt over it. Squeeze lemon over the ... More »

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Whole Foods and Food Network have simple and easy to follow recipes for baked Brussels sprouts. While the recipes are similar, Whole Foods provides simple ideas for different versions of the dish. More »

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Brussels sprouts are named for the capital city of the country in which they first became popular, Brussels, Belgium. In Belgium, Brussels sprouts have been grown since the 13th century. More »

Brussels is in the northern part of Belgium. Brussels is Belgium's capital and the de facto capital of the European Union. It is located about 60 kilometers from the North Sea in the valley of the Senne River, and it is ... More »

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Steam whole Brussels sprouts for 6 to 8 minutes, and steam halved Brussels sprouts for 5 minutes. Although Martha Stewart recommends using a steaming basket, the sprouts can be positioned in the bottom of the pot, in the... More »

The leaves of the Brussels sprout plant are safe to eat. The green leaves are similar to vegetables, such as kale and collard greens. More »

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