Sunday, November 9, 2008

Since it's November...


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.


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

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

Thanks for stopping by.


Charlotte McClain said...

Looks yummy.

Anonymous 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.


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!