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Collard greens are considered a traditional side dish in the southern parts of the United States, and are even included as part of a New Years celebration meal because their leaves resemble folded money. Braised with ham hocks, collards become tender and velvety, taking on the flavor of the smoky broth. Wrap unwashed greens in a damp paper towel and store in an airtight plastic bag. Place the bag in the refrigerator for up to five days.


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Collard Greens, 1 bunch

$3.99

Collard greens are considered a traditional side dish in the southern parts of the United States, and are even included as part of a New Years celebration meal because their leaves resemble folded money. Braised with ham hocks, collards become tender and velvety, taking on the flavor of the smoky broth. Wrap unwashed greens in a damp paper towel and store in an airtight plastic bag. Place the bag in the refrigerator for up to five days.

Fruitful Hill Farm

Fruitful Hill Farm

Fruitful Hill Farm, located in Bastrop County, was founded in 2002 as the family farm of Dale and his wife Amy and their six children. The farm began with the simple intention of being a place for the children to learn how to farm.

At first, the farm-raised cows, then, pastured laying hens along with meat goats. A few years later, the farm expanded into vegetables. Fruitful Hill Farm grows about 40 different types of vegetables, using organic practices.

 

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