|Green Gold: The Empire of Tea|
|by Iris Macfarlane|
Apart from water, tea is more widely consumed than any other food or drink. Tens of billions of cups are drunk every day.
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Wash turnip greens thoroughly. Trim off ... Turn into serving dish and garnish with crisp, crumbled bacon and slices of hard cooked egg. Yield: 4 servings.
Cook greens and turnips separately. Salt to ... on top. Crumble cornbread on top. Melt butter and pour over cornbread. Bake at 375°F for 35 minutes.
Start salt pork ... washed and chopped turnip greens to pork and ... Cook until water is cooked down. Season with salt and pepper. "Dinner for a family."
Pick stems off the greens and wash several ... boil. Add the turnip greens to the ... turnip greens is called "pot likker" and can be served over cornbread.
Wash green thoroughly, cut away tough stems. Chop greens in small pieces. ... Cook until tender. Turnips may be peeled ... desired. Serve with corn bread.
Add seasoning meat ... 45 minutes. Add greens and boil 1 ... Add enough hot turnip pot liquor to ... green, pour the remaining liquid over green and dogs.
Wash the turnip greens well and place ... tender. Drain and chop fine. Add bacon drippings and salt and cook, stirring, until heated through. 6 servings.
Place generous helping of fresh turnip greens on slice of ... seasoning. Consume. Note: if fresh turnip greens are not available souse will do almost as well.
Pick long stems off greens; wash good ... add green and mustard green cook for 1 hour then add onion and turnip top, cut in big slices cook 1/2 hour more.
Wash and chop turnip greens. Put in ... Cover with water. Cook for 30 minutes. Remove from cooker when cool. Drain off all liquid. Chop more if desired.
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