This is a favorite of Southern cooks, who often cook them with salt pork or smoked ham hocks. Frozen collards are an acceptable substitute for fresh...
Collard greens (collards) are various loose-leafed cultivars of Brassica oleracea,
the species which also contains vegetables including cabbage (Capitata ...
If you like greens you will love this recipe. The bacon and onions give them a
wonderful flavor. Add more red pepper for a little more spice.
Add a little green to your Southern-inspired table with Paula Deen's Collard
Greens recipe from Food Network.
Nov 2, 2012 ... Do you love collards? If not, get out there and acquaint yourself with this amazing
green! Collards are very nutritious (high in vitamins K, A, and ...
Crispy bacon, sauteed onion, ham, and garlic perfect these Southern-Style
Collard Greens, making them an essential part of your...
Fresh collard greens cooked with onion, garlic, chile pepper flakes, bacon fat,
and dark sesame oil.
In a 2011 study by the Economic Research Service at the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, collard greens turned out to be cheaper than many of their fellow ...
Recipe: Southern-Style Collard Greens It's the slow cooking method that really
brings out that mouth-watering smoky pork flavor and the tender texture of ...
In the Southern states, a large quantity of collard greens to serve a family is
commonly referred to as a mess o' greens.