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Jessie tweets & chats her days away working in the social media and public relations departments of Tea. Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Jessie moved to New York after college to work in the fashion industry. Still new to San Francisco, she's constantly discovering new sushi spots and hidden boutiques. She's still dreaming of her last trip to the Caribbean and hopes one day soon she can play on the beaches of Thailand.

A Turin Tournament

Citizens FC

In Turin, Italy, my sons Adam (9) and Matthew (7) arrived in the same van to play in the same Citizens FC tournament, but they did not arrive in the same mindset. They are two very different kids, after all.

As soon as he walked through the gates, Matthew spotted a lone Italian kid juggling a ball on the field. He looked quickly at me for reassurance, which I gave him, and then he shot off to go play. Within minutes the two kids from two different sides of the world were speaking the common language of football.

Join the Team: Citizens FC

Citizens FC

We founded Tea to celebrate the beauty in cultures around the world. Our tagline from the first day was “for little citizens of the world.” From the beginning, we were committed to our own citizenship as well. We didn’t want to simply be another children’s clothing company. We wanted to be a children’s clothing company that could do good. We want to break down barriers and open minds. To show kids that no matter where we live or what language we speak, we all care about the same things.

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

stuffed cabbage rolls

stuffed cabbage rolls
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
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Some call it a Polish dish, many have has a Hungarian version... You might have tried them in Germany or Greece. While there are many variations, today I'm sharing my family's take on the dish.
Servings
6
Cook Time
2 hours
Servings
6
Cook Time
2 hours
stuffed cabbage rolls
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
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Rating: 0
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Print Recipe
Some call it a Polish dish, many have has a Hungarian version... You might have tried them in Germany or Greece. While there are many variations, today I'm sharing my family's take on the dish.
Servings
6
Cook Time
2 hours
Servings
6
Cook Time
2 hours
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  1. Melt roughly 2 tbsp of the butter. Add onion to sauté until semi-clear. Add garlic and sauté for about 30 seconds more. Add ground beef, 1 tsp of pepper, salt and mustard. Cook until the meat has browned. Add cooked rice and carrots mix. Remove from heat and set aside.
  2. Remove the core of the cabbage and place in boiling water. Boil for about 5 minutes. Peel softened leaves and set aside. If inner leaves are still tough, return to the boiling water until soften. Repeat until all leaves are removed.
  3. Melt remaining butter in sauce pan and add tomato sauce and remaining 1 tsp pepper. Allow sauce to simmer while you assemble cabbage rolls.
  4. Spoon filling onto the end of a leaf and roll, tucking in sides as you go. Repeat until all leaves are used. Please rolls into a greased casserole dish and spoon sauce over rolls.
  5. Place in oven for 30 minutes at 325 degrees.
  6. We love to serve the rolls with mashed potatoes. It's a hearty meal! To lighten it up, feel free to serve with salad or as a stand alone dish!
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