How do you say cauliflower
I tend to say it with a long "a" like "ahh" and a flat "i", like "eh"
But when I hear it said with the "u" pronounced as a 'w' and a short
"i", like "ee"
To me, this sounds very weird & makes me cringe.
Rachael Ray does this, & I just heard the lady on "Low Carb & Lovin
it" say the same thing, but then a minute later said it again, but
more like the way I do.
Is this a regional thing?
Or is it similar to replacing the "r" in library with an "e"
(ie; "libery"). Ug, my friend does this & it drives me nuts,
especially since she used to work at a Library.
When my daughter was about 3 years old and it was one of her favorite
foods, we called it "Carly-flower". (she had a friend named Carly).
You do what you gotta do to get kids to like vegetables.
Hope this helps, :-)