It’s my lucky day- and yours too!
Just about to drop the girls off at school when I get a phone call from my friend, Sania.
She has extra garden veggies to share.
And what do I receive? Collard greens, purple string beans, tomatillos, sweet yellow tomatoes- the list goes on… On with things I’ve never cooked with before!
After all, I’m Minnesota born and bred (Yea!), but that means:
I have NO idea what the hell you do with collard greens!
My family knows I don’t usually cook from recipes. It’s just so… stifling! I’m an artist, a creator, I can’t be bothered with rules *wink*. That means two things:
1. If I make something DELICIOUS- you will never eat it again. It’s a one of a kind because I don’t know how the hell I made it.
2. When I get something I don’t usually cook with (like collard greens or an unusual spice) I don’t have a clue what to do and go blank like a deer in headlights.
After the last sensational thing I made & my husband turned to me and said “That is my new, all time favorite!” and then I realized a week later I couldn’t even tell you remotely what it was I vowed to start writing the WOW! foods down on notecards.
Well, you can’t expect me to use just regular old recipe cards. Nope, not doing it.
So I made my own. Yep, you heard me. I made my own.
And because I’m an all around nice gal I’m sharing them with you.
Yep. Free- all you have to do is hit the download button above. Then print them off on your favorite heavyweight paper or card stock, cut, and you’re ready to go!
Now I’m off to research collard greens and tomatillo recipes. If you have one you LOVE I would love for you to share it here or email me at email@example.com