Sautéed Collard Greens

Try this traditional Southern favorite with a fried egg on top for breakfast!

Ingredients:
1 large bunch collard greens, tough stems and ends removed, leaves coarsely chopped
½ cup water
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
Pinch red pepper flakes
Sea salt

Method:
1. Heat oil in a large sauté pan over medium heat. Cook garlic, stirring often, until golden, about 3 minutes. Stir in red pepper flakes, and cook until fragrant, about 30 seconds. Stir in Collard greens and 1 teaspoon salt.

2. Reduce heat to medium-low. Add water, and steam, covered, until greens are just tender and water evaporates, about 10 minutes. If greens are ready but there is still water in the pan, raise heat to medium-high, and cook, uncovered, until completely evaporated.

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Game Time Recipes

Whether you are toasting to Punxsutawney Phil as a twosome, or gathering family, friends and fellow fans for a game day feast, this week’s lineup feast is sure to satisfy, starring our signature beef chili crafted from premium beans and rich tomato sauce, plus fresh cornbread, honey butter and smoky blue cheese dip with seasonal veggies fit for dunking. Polish off Super Sunday with such sides as traditional Collard greens and carrot-apple slaw (see recipes for details!), an espresso-kissed chocolate bar and a frosty American-style IPA—enjoy!

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Farm & Larder Cornbread
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Quick sautéing these greens with garlic balances out the vegetable’s inherent bitterness.

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Sautéed Spring Greens with Garlic

Kissed with garlic and red pepper flakes, these greens add fresh, flavorful appeal to this week’s polenta.

Ingredients:
2 large bunches of your choice greens (Swiss chard, collard greens or any other spring greens)
1 tablespoon olive oil
4 garlic cloves, crushed
1 tablespoon sherry vinegar or apple cider vinegar
Pinch red pepper flakes
Sea salt

Method:
1. Rinse greens well. Tear or cut leaves away from stems and discard stems. Coarsely chop.

2. Heat a large skillet over high heat. Cook garlic and pepper flakes in oil briefly, then add greens, a few handfuls at a time, stirring in between.

3. Stir in vinegar and salt. Cover. Cook until just tender, 3-10 minutes, depending on the type of greens and your preference.

Weekend Breakfast Recipes

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Put on the coffee pot, pull out a skillet and wake up to this week’s box of farmhouse favorites—with our housemade hotcake mix, barrel-aged maple syrup from Woodinville Whiskey Co. and organic sausage, plus beautiful strawberry preserves, a crisp Prosecco and farm-fresh eggs, it has everything you need to whip up a hearty breakfast for family and friends. Good morning!

Here are a few recipe ideas for the week:

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Crafted from toasted hazelnut flour and hearty whole-grains, our signature mix produces one satisfying flapjack!

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Infuse your morning eggs with a spicy kick courtesy of this pepperoncini-kissed cheese.

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This easy, casserole-style dish is rich with buttery leeks and fingerling potatoes.

Collard Greens & Sausage
A delightful twist on the classic, this comforting dish is flavored with fresh garlic, onion and breakfast sausage.

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