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Thread: turnip greens

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    Super Member finch's Avatar
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    I love the turnip greens they have at the Piccadilly restaurant in Daytona beach. Does anyone know what to add to them to give them that great flavor??

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    There are tons and tons of recipes on the internet for anything you can dream of. Just google "cooking turnip greens". I don't know how to make these. They were something my husband liked, but not something my family ever had.

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    I read where I can season them with salt pork.I think that is what I am hunting for .Thank you.

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    I usually cook mine with some ham...and the bone if you have it. Add salt and pepper and a little brown sugar when they are almost done....yummy!! :-D

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    Wow.Now that does sound good!!!! I just love them.Thank you Ditter!!

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    I cook mine in chicken broth instead of using water. Love them this way!

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    My grandmother used bacon grease for everything.

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