# Collard greens
Sunshine State's Leafy Gems: Exploring Florida's Finest Collard Greens Varieties
Florida has a wide variety of flavors and kinds of collard greens that represent the state's varied culinary terrain. Florida takes pride in its affinity for collard greens and is well known for its agricultural diversity and Southern influences. In this article, we set out on a culinary tour of Florida to identify the top five varieties of collard greens that the state has to offer. These collard greens exhibit Florida's culinary prowess and regional characteristics through both conventional and creative ways.
Ohio's Leafy Legends: Discovering the Finest Collard Greens Varieties
Ohio proudly provides a delectable range of flavors and variations for collard greens that reflect its extensive agricultural history. Ohio is the home of a broad selection of collard greens that captivate the hearts and palates of its citizens thanks to its rich soil and dedication to fresh, local goods. In this article, we set out on a culinary tour throughout Ohio to identify the top five varieties of collard greens that the state has to offer. These greens, which include both classic favorites and uncommon cultivars, represent Ohio's dedication to high-quality, tasty food.
A flavorful one-pot dish
Love this dish as it is easy to make and has some of my favorite ingredients - okra, collard greens, tomatoes, black-eyed peas, rice and ham.
Traditional foods to eat on New Year's Day in Virginia
Many people believe that certain foods eaten on the first day of the new year will bring good luck throughout the rest of the year. They also believe that certain foods eaten could also bring about bad luck. These beliefs are traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation, especially in the South and throughout the state of Virginia.
Growing and harvesting COLLARD GREENS
Fall and Spring are the perfect seasons to grow collard greens in our growing zone. They are one of my favorite leafy greens to grow in our backyard edible garden because they are packed with nutrients and anti-oxidant and can be cooked in many different ways.
Kamala Harris accused of pandering when she talked about Collard Greens in South Carolina
Last week during an appearance in South Carolina at a Democratic Party event, Kamala Harris told the crowd a story about the time she walked through an airport and boarded a plane with bags of South Carolina collard greens.
Smokin' good baby back ribs and collards
A platter of some smokin' delicious bbq for a late dinner at Lucille's Smokehouse Bar.B.Que. We had biscuits, a rack of St. Louis pork ribs, two racks of baby back ribs, and burnt ends. The side dishes were Nashville mac & cheese and collard greens. Back porch strawberry lemonade and peach tea for the drinks.
Collard greens, red-veined sorrel and kale harvest
It's late in the season for our cold-loving plants and it's time to harvest them so we have space for the sun-loving vegetables. Come join me harvest some collard greens, kale and red-veined sorrel along with two Valencia oranges for our Sunday brunch.
Collard greens, lechon kawali and plantain
A lovely morning harvesting some leafy greens while listening to the birds sing their morning songs. Then on to the kitchen to prepare a Filipino dish called "lechon kawali" which is pork belly boiled in whole peppercorns and bay leaves, then fried until very crispy. For the side dishes, I sauteed collard greens and kale in olive oil and thinly sliced garlic. A dash of salt and a sprinkle of pepper flakes. I also fried some plantain and steamed three cups of Jasmine rice. That was Sunday lunch!