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Thursday, 09 January 2014


Gypsy Jan

I love this show!

Vivian knows and respects the local wisdom of the cooking traditions of her family and the home place she has returned to live with her husband and those adorable twins.

Every show has a core element of going out to the farmers, fishermen, dairymen and discovering what it is they do to keep alive a heartfelt tradition about living in the land and sustainable agriculture and making the most of what it gives to you.


Never thought about stuffing collard greens. I might have to try it.


it does sound easy thanks for sharing :)


Hi Jan - Yes, it's a nice show.

Hi Billy - It works out real well.

Hi Kat - I hope you give it a try!


Yum! this looks delicious. I've stuffed chard leaves with rice and feta before but the collard leaves might be a little more tear resistant.


I love collard greens. I sent you an email 3 days ago about decent duck in the Alhambra area or any other places that are good. Did you receive it?


Hi Lynnea - Try this out if you can get good collards!

Hi Jeff - No I didn't let me check the junk mail folder when I have time.

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