A vegetable having a short stem surrounded by large wrinkled leaves that are packed together in a round broad head. It can be used cooked or raw in dishes ranging from corned beef and cabbage to coleslaw. Among the varieties are Savoy with green leaves, Napa, which has pale green to white leaves, red cabbage, and bok choy (Chinese cabbage) with white stems and dark green leaves.
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A vegetable consisting of layers of thick leaves that grow around each other from the stem. The leaves of some varieties form dense, solid heads and others have leaves that grow more loosely around each other.
A hearty corned beef and cabbage dinner is most often associated with St. Patrick's Day celebrations, especially in the United States where it has become a popular holiday dish. Although it is often thought to be an Irish recipe, it is rarely served in Ireland.