There’s no need to use bread in your sandwiches. At all. You can swap out white bread, rolls and baguettes for things like collard greens, Portobello mushrooms or nori. Then, pick yourself a veggie, vitality-boosting filling like cauliflower, falafel, sweet potato or even a cheeky quinoa slider.
Slow Cooker Collard Greens
A recipe for collard greens done in the slow cooker and flavored with smoky ham hocks or turkey legs, onions, garlic, chicken broth, and a touch of vinegar.
A classic recipe for collard greens that uses smoked turkey to add some flavor. Greens are simmered in chicken stock, then spiced with a dash of red chile flakes.
This simple riff on a the classic spaghetti and meatballs is an easy meal you can make on any given weeknight. There's a ton of flavor in the sausage meatballs, great texture with the orzo and sundried tomatoes, and some hearty greens to bind the whole thing together.
A diet plentiful in spinach, kale, collard greens and broccoli, foods rich in lutein (a yellow carotene that is also concentrated in your retinas) can offer incredible help in keeping your eyes healthy. Studies confirmed that macular degeneration was less for those who ate more lutein and other carotene-dense foods. #dherbs #healthtips by pansy
Smoked turkey drumsticks or wings, or ham hocks can be used in this Slow Cooker Collard Greens recipe to impart that traditional smokiness into the greens. Other options? Many cook and add smoked bacon instead to greens for the same effect. #HamIAm!, #ThanksgivingRecipes, #slowcooker