|by Kathryn Hamilton|
Incorporating fresh, readily-available ingredients, this book contains 100 meat-free recipes that are inspired by cuisines from around the world.
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Wash fresh pigtails ... over pigtails. Add seasoning salt, about a ... to prepare your greens. I handpick ... I add my collards and two more ... to eat! . LISA CROCKETT
Fill a large ... a medium flame for 2-3 hours or ... cook pick your greens by removing the ... cooking, add your seasoning to taste. DONT ... ALONG WITH THOSE GREENS
Cook turkey in a covered pot for 30 minutes. Wash greens. Put greens in pot with turkey and cook until well done. Drain and chop. Add seasoning if desired.
In large pot, ... Add spinach, turnip greens, collard greens, mustard greens, ... let simmer, covered for 30 minutes. In ... onions, parsley, Cajun seasoning, salt and ... hour. Serve over rice.
Pick greens and discard discolored ... in Dutch oven for about 1 hour then add greens, onion and seasonings. Cover. Cook on low for 1 1/2 hours until done.
Boil ham hocks for 2 1/2 hours until tender. Add greens and 2 1/2 ... Add other ingredients. Season to taste. Cook ... until tender. Let simmer. Serves 6-8.
Sauté ham in ... flour and cook for 1 minute, stirring ... boil and add seasoning blend and collards. Return to ... until cornbread is golden brown.
Remove all the stems and wash your greens well. Place the ... cover with water. Season generously with some ... to over season collard greens. If your ... on a medium heat.
Use one or two bunches of collard greens depending on family ... leaf, carefully checking for damaged portions. If ... over cooking. Next, season to taste with recommened seasoning or seasoning of ... (Great with hot sauce)
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