Category Archives: Collards

Lentil Soup with Rutabaga and Collards

This is the last week of our regular CSA. Wow, what a year. I really miss being able to have leisurely chats with you. I miss talking about food, hearing what you made with your shares and just talking about … Continue reading

Posted in 2020, Collards, Greens, Recipes, Rutabagas

Collard Green Wraps

Last year I did a post on collard green roll-ups. I have been making wraps a little differently now so I thought I would share this method and let you decide which you like best. This way the collard wrap … Continue reading

Posted in 2019, Collards, Recipes

Saag Paneer

We are getting lots of greens in our CSA share of late, here is a great way to use lots of those greens up. Saag is a quick easy one dish meal or side dish. It travels well and is … Continue reading

Posted in 2019, Chard, Collards, Greens, Kale, Recipes, Spinach

Greens and Beans

Stop me if you have heard this one before. Greens and beans, my comfort food. Like most comfort meals you can use what you have on hand and what you like. I had a little more than 1 bunch worth … Continue reading

Posted in 2018, Chard, Collards, Greens, Kale, Recipes

Braised Collard Greens with Tomatoes

You can quickly saute collards like you do kale and chard, but I think collards really shine when they are braised. Braising breaks down the collards and makes them silky. I love the taste and texture of braised collards served … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Collards, Recipes, Tomatoes

Collard Greens in Coconut Milk

Make the most of your collards with coconut milk and yum. Continue reading

Posted in 2016, Collards, Recipes

Collard and Toasted Pecan Pesto

This year almost all the farms in the area had a growing problem with basil, there was a weird bacteria, or something like that that made the basil look horrible and not grow. Basically no one got a basil crop, … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Collards, Recipes

Collard Greens Roll-ups

Until I worked at Red Wagon I never ate collard greens before October. I grew collards at home for years and only harvested and ate them after a frost. Collards, all leafy greens, defend themselves against freezing weather by turning … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Collards, Recipes | 1 Comment