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 (kŏl′ərdz) or collard greens
Leaves of collard, eaten as a vegetable.
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Noun1.collard greens - kale that has smooth leaves
cole, kail, kale - coarse curly-leafed cabbage
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That event is a perennial favorite, Kocher notes, as is the return of Big Momma's Collard Greens Fest in Newtown, in which participants can eat their weight in collard green recipessome of which are more than 100 years old.
The rest of the menu included heirloom tomatoes from Flora served with cucumbers and basil-herb vinaigrette, pork tenderloin with blueberry barbecue sauce (the blueberries having been picked from a member's bushes), succotash, and two kinds of cobbler--a savory collard green cobbler and a sweet peach cobbler made with Chilton County peaches.
Featuring 101 healthy, everyday recipes easy for any level of experience ranging from Mother Earth Collard Green Wraps; Granola Brittle; Bun-less Turkey Burgers; and Mom's Staple Kielbasa with Sauerkraut; to Teriyaki Sauce; Maple Cider Vinaigrette; French-Style Radishes with Nondairy Butter; and Cinnamon Saturday Apple Crisp.
Black-eyed peas, collard green, pork chop and corn bread," Alabama resident Marcerlene Coleman (http://www.
At a recent VRG luncheon, I cooked BroccoLeaf in vegetable broth with onion, garlic, stewed tomatoes with chiles, and corn for a new take on an old Southern collard green recipe, and it was received with numerous compliments.
From King Ranch Chicken to a bean, collard green and ham Soul Food with a Cornbread Cap, this is packed with dishes that simplify the casserole process by using some frozen and convenience foods.
check] Have a taco night using collard greens leaves as the taco shell, or roll sauteed veggies, rice, and beans or meat into a burrito using the collard green as the tortilla
For lunch or dinner try Curried Mung Bean Stew, Black-Eyed Pea and Collard Green Chili, Fava Bean Risotto, or Seitan Swiss Steak.
1 1/4 pounds collard greens, stems and center ribs removed, leaves halved lengthwise 3 to 6 garlic cloves, peeled and finely minced 3/4 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1.
Statistically significant between-group differences were found for the intake of collard greens and beets (p<0.