What you want to do with this -- which is a little different than most collard green dishes --Â is you're going to cut them as finely as you can. What this allows you to do is to have collard greens without having them stew for half-hour, 45-minutes or (if you're my grandmother) three hours.
Keeping our greens fresh and toothsome with Chef Daniel Orr. He's making several dishes today, all with a Brazilian feel in celebration of the World Cup.
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And, they call it the Hub because there's so much more than just a food pantry at Mother Hubbard's Cupboard. This community food resource center now offers a tool share program for cooking and gardening.
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