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Gina’s Collard Greens

Gina: I’m always surprised to discover that folks in these parts tend to cook turnip and mustard greens more often than collard greens. I...

by Gina Neely and Pat Neely


Empress’s Zulu Greens

While most greens recipes have some kind of smoked meat for flavoring, Empress Akweke, a committed vegetarian, enhances hers with loads o...

by Eric V. Copage


Grits ’n Greens Casserole

Diabetic Exchanges:1½ starch ½ nonfat/low-fat milk 1 high-fat meat 1 fat

by Sandra Woodruff and Leah Gilbert-Henderson


Collard Enchiladas

Power Boost: Throw in some spinach or kale with the beans and squash for an added dose of greens. Time Saver: Buy an organic chile sauce ...

by Rea Frey


Crispy Skin Salmon with Gingery Greens

One of my all-time favorites, this features the rich flavor of salmon cut by sharp greens sparked with ginger. Steam the greens in advanc...

by Mark Bittman


Kenyan-Style Collard Greens in Lemon Sauce

While these lightly cooked greens in their pungent sauce are a traditional side dish to Spicy Matoke, you’ll probably enjoy them so much ...

by Eric V. Copage


Collard Greens

Wash, drain, and chop the greens, set aside.  Place the ham hock and skin in a large kettle, and add about 3 quarts cold water to cover...

by Christopher Idone


Carbonnade with Collards

Carbonnade, a stew made of beef, onions and beer, is a favorite dish in Belgium. It is hearty bistro food, often flavored with bacon and ...

by Judith Finlayson


Sunday Collards

Not even blueberries have more antioxidants – those mysterious anti-aging enzymes – than cruciferous greens like collards. And it’s a goo...

by Matt Lee and Ted Lee


Spicy Thai Vegetable Wraps with Tamarind Dipping Sauce

Tamarind pulp can be found as cellophane-wrapped, sun-dried bricks in Asian, Latin, and Indian markets. Tamarind pulp is the sticky inter...

by Sarma Melngailis and Matthew Kenney


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