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Synonyms for collards

kale that has smooth leaves

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Collard, head of specialized research services at New York University, is the recipient of the 2018 Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Education and Behavioral Sciences Section (EBSS) Distinguished Education and Behavioral Sciences Librarian Award.
Although collards (Brassica oleracea) originated in Europe, they've become known as a specialty of the southern United States where the cooking influences and preferences of enslaved or indigenous communities made these leafy greens a regional specialty.
The rest of the menu included heirloom tomatoes from Flora served with cucumbers and basil-herb vinaigrette, pork tenderloin with blueberry barbecue sauce (the blueberries having been picked from a member's bushes), succotash, and two kinds of cobbler--a savory collard green cobbler and a sweet peach cobbler made with Chilton County peaches.
Q: True or False: A Georgia native once spent a night in jail for serving collard greens and claiming it was kale.
Collards: While the traditional way to cook collards involves a ham hock, which is quite high in sodium, a healthier way is to saute collards.
If you live where winter temperatures stay above 15 degrees Fahrenheit, kale and collards will grow right on through the chillier months.
Whereas kale and collards will usually withstand temperature extremes from zero to 100, turnips and mustard, especially after a warm start, then a period of cold weather, cannot readjust to the heat.
If you live in the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast, check out Olivia's Organics Baby Kale (or Baby Collards or Baby Swiss Chard) Cooking Greens, which come in generous 11 oz.
Dance teacher Christa Collard so loved her work she decided to buy the business.
The Collard Patch: Collard Country Cookbook and Reader, Collards and Cornbread Y'all Will Love" is the cooperative work of Mary Lou Cheatham and Paul Elliot.
Around New Year's Day, there's not much green on the coastal plains of North or South Carolina, except for neat rows of collards (Brassica oleracea).
WREXHAM band The Collards were among a group of runners-up in a competition last Saturday.
Pricey fines against the Collards and a half-dozen other homeowners were arrived at through a formula in an ordinance the City Council is scheduled to discuss on Dec.
Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, collards, turnips, spinach, lettuce, and swiss chard can all be harvested through mild frosts, and some can grow straight through the hard freezes of late fall and early winter.
Cooking Green Vitamin A[*] Vitamin C Calcium[dagger] (IU) (mg) (mg) Beet, fresh, boiled 5,100 25 114 Collards, fresh, boiled 3,129 18.