|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.
Tip: Try cabbage greens for more results.
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This can be ... processor. Cut up cabbage, onion, green pepper and baby ... refrigerator. Very good on hot dogs or serve with pinto beans and cornbread.
FOR STUFFING: Place cabbage, kale, onions, ... stuffing on top of ham in a serving dish. To serve, slice ham and accompany with vegetable stuffing. 15 servings.
Place cabbage in large bowl. Sprinkle with green pepper and sugar. ... Pour over cabbage and green pepper and sugar. Cover loosely and refrigerate 12 hours.
Combine everything; toss well. Serves 8 to 10.
Heat oil in ... platter. Add onions, green onions, celery, bamboo ... of consomme and cabbage. Simmer for ... add to mixture. Serve over hot cooked rice.
Wash ham hock. ... 1/2 hours. Slice cabbage in 1 1/2 ... to hocks. Chop green pepper. Add to ... Serve cabbage and hocks with dumplings while still hot.
Chose a plump, ... remove skin. Cut greens in small pieces ... to the pound. Let cool 2 hours in "poit likker". Chill in refrigerator overnight in cloth.
Choose a plump, ... remove skin. Cut greens in small pieces ... to boiler and simmer 15 minutes per pound. Cool 2 hours. Refrigerate overnight in cloth.
In 5-quart Dutch ... until browned. Add cabbage, onion and ... medium; stirring occasionally, until cabbage is very tender and lightly browned. 6 servings.
Heat bacon fat ... toss in the cabbage and stir until ... and salt. Continue cooking, stirring occasionally until barely done, about 10 minutes. Serves 4.
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