Sweet ginger, salty soy, bright earthy stems, and verdant leaves: whether an easy side for dinner, or a simple lunch with rice or bread, this is one of my favorite preparations for any greens, and it’s especially grand for chard.
Soft, tender collard greens, braised in a flavorful sauce of coconut milk and peanut butter, served over warm white rice. If that doesn’t excite you, I’m not sure we speak the same culinary language.
Absolutely the best spinach I’ve had to date. A half-hour simmer transforms a pile of disconnected vegetables into a rich stew with flavor far beyond its components.
When summer’s come into full swing, there are only so many sauteed greens you can eat before your head starts spinning. This simple oven frittata, light on the eggs and heavy on the greens, is a perfect shakeup to your greens routine, and you can dress it up for dinner or dress it down for a weekend breakfast (and the slices reheat beautifully for leftovers).
Winter finally got to me. I usually maintain a fairly even keel about the season, and actually rather like the snow when it’s being picturesque (and when I can watch […]