Sunday, November 9, 2008

Since it's November...

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How about some recipes for the holidays. One of my favorites is collard greens. I know that you can eat them at any other time of the year but I especially look forward to making them on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Here is the recipe. Enjoy.

COLLARD GREENS (CROCK POT)

3lbs Collards
½ cup Vinegar
2 Cups water
Seasoning salt
2 Smoked turkey wings or legs
Pepper

Wash green thoroughly pull leaves off the stems
Roll greens and cut them to desired size
Then wash greens again
Place 1 wing at bottom of Crock Pot
Put a little seasoning at bottom of crock pot
Stuff a layer of greens in and season and repeat until all greens are added
Place the other wing on top and season
Pour in water and ¼ cup vinegar
Cook for 11-12 hours
Stir greens add more seasoning and ¼ cup or more vinegar as needed to taste



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6 comments:

Charlotte McClain said...

Looks yummy.

tsueversteeg said...

WHOO! I'm gassy just thinkin' about those! Love them, but they hate me ;)

Lauren Murphy said...

LOL I don't think you're the only one they hate but they are sooooo yummy! :)

Janice said...

Sorry but I'm just not a big fan of collard greens. My mom use to make them when I was younger, she cooked them with broccoli and I ate the broccoli instead.

Janice~

Lauren Murphy said...

With broccoli? I've never heard of that. Hey, whatever floats your boat. ;)

WordSugar said...

I miiiiissss greens! I grew up in TN, where bacon and turnip greens were like candy to me!