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Old 12-27-2003, 15:56   #1
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Turnip greens

I stopped by the grocery store, picked up a single "bundle" of turnip greens for $2.50, and a couple of smoked hamhocks. This is my first time cooking turnip greens, and I never realized how much is really in one "bundle." The store crammed this bundle in a large brown paper bag...

Anyways, any suggestions on cooking it? I was going to boil the hamhocks for a couple of hours, until they're ready to fall apart, and then add the washed turnip greens, and let them stew.

Any suggestions when it comes to unlocking more flavors?
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