We have had our first harvest of our planting of fall greens.
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Our favorite way to prepare the greens is in a pan with garlic that has been sauteed in olive oil until fragrant. The greens don't need very much water, just a couple of tablespoons or so, then I cover the pan, and let them steam a bit until they are tender. They will wilt, of course, and cook down. Sometimes I like to add balsamic vinegar to my serving before I eat them, but usually I just enjoy them without anything added. Having fresh greens is one thing I remember most about my childhood.
Unfortunately, there are little critters helping themselves to our greens! This is the first time for that to happen with us. A frost would surely help, and it wouldn't hurt the greens at all - just discourage those critters.:-)
Are you doing much cooking with pumpkin or apples these days? Coming up next will be a recipe that uses both! I hope you will return.
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