This could be considered the “red-headed step child” of the green “Conehead” that Zoe at Valley Flora Farm in Langlois grows (using organic practices, of course)!
The red Coneheads are a bit smaller, after all, averaging between 1 and 2 pounds each, but they’re just as sweet and tender as their green cousins. The shape of the red is the same as well, with heads that are nice and tight and come to a point. Store in the bottom crisper drawer wrapped in paper towels. If the outer leaves get wilted, just peel them off – the rest of the head will still be nice and fresh. Use just like your standard round cabbage.