|The Green Guide to Herb Gardening|
|by Deborah Harding|
From seed to storage, this guide covers ten of the most versatile, easy-to-grow herbs: basil, calendula, chamomile, chives, lemon balm.
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Rinse black-eyed peas, ... Add rice and collard greens, stirring to ... 20 minutes until peas and rice are tender. Remove ham hock and bay leaf. Serves 8.
Heat oil in ... powder, bay leaves, greens and tomatoes, cook ... consistency, and cook for 5 minutes. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve with steamed rice.
Bring chicken broth and heavy cream to a boil. Add the grits and cook. Then add parmesan cheese, tomatoes, crisp bacon and collard greens.
Soak beans overnight. ... Add potatoes and collard greens. Saute onion, ... bitterness from greens.) Cover the pot and simmer until potatoes and greens are done.
In large pot, ... Add spinach, turnip greens, collard greens, mustard greens, ... seasoning, salt and pepper and continue to cook for one hour. Serve over rice.
Put beans in ... and add to beans. Cook collard greens and mix in soup. Add saffron and another 10 minutes. Serve with vinegar and olive oil if desired.
In large saucepan, cook tomatoes, green peppers and onions ... minute. Add uncooked frozen greens. Cook 15 ... well, chop and boil until tender and drain.
Put broth and frozen chopped kale into ... beans; add to pot with macaroni. Simmer 8 minutes or until macaroni is tender. Stir in pepper sauce. 4 servings.
1. Cook rice following package directions. Set aside, covered. 2. Saute red pepper and garlic in oil in large skillet until tender, 5 minutes. Stir ...
Put chicken in ... from pan. Place thawed greens in fry pan, cover with layers of browned chicken. Cover and simmer for 15 to 25 minutes. Serve with rice.
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