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Response to alfredo (Original post)

Thu Apr 25, 2019, 02:13 PM

16. Easy to grow and a great winter crop here in Texas

I used to have a big winter garden till I got too old to take care of it. Nothing like greens when you pick then and cook them fresh from the garden.

I now buy them fresh at my favorite market and cook them in rice cooker. I used to use bacon or ham hock, now cook plain, still good. Like to sprinkle a little of the vinegar from a bottle of yellow peppers on them. Sometimes buy a bunch of collards, turnips greens and mustard greens and cook a batch of mixed greens.

Usually I cook a pot of pinto beans and bake some buttermilk corn bread in an iron skillet.

Oh boy, I am getting hungry!

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