First up, we've got lush-looking cabbages. The poor cabbage sometimes gets a bad wrap due to it being quite hard to prepare (it can easily become a soggy mess!). But cabbages contain twice the vitamin C of an apple or orange, and four times that of a potato, so don't write it off! Properly cooked, they are delicious and I can't wait to get them harvested in late spring/early summer.
Next, we've got pak choi, another underrated veggie! In the same family as the cabbage (the Brassica family), it is very versatile in salads and stir fries - just cut and come again. The cold weather is giving them a respite from hungry slugs, which like to take a break from annoying gardeners during Winter, but we'll have to be vigilant as the soil warms up in Spring!