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Kosher/Soul Collards 

The Green Glaze, the most beautiful of American old variety collard greens.  Kosher/Soul Collards (partly based on Matt’s Four Pepper Collards, from The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen) 2013. ¼ cup of canola oil 1 cup of red onion cut into thin slices … Continue reading

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Green Bean Salad My Way (Vegan/Vegetarian/Wallet Friendly)

I love green beans.  They are one of the central foods of my heritage.  My mother talks a lot about the bags of Kentucky Wonders she used to pick through and snap with her mom and sisters in Cincinnati. Every … Continue reading

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Interesting Recipe of the Week: Rufus Estes Fried Chicken, Squash Flower Omelette and Ham Sauce

“FRIED CHICKEN—Cut up two chickens. Put a quarter of a pound of butter, mixed with a spoonful of flour, into a saucepan with pepper, salt, little vinegar, parsley, green onions, carrots and turnips, into a saucepan and heat. Steep the … Continue reading

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