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Dandelion Greens

More and more, the idea of bitter greens appeals to me. Shopped or foraged, I have a feeling I haven't even begun to dip my toes into this great ocean. Dandylion-greens I have a standard technique of washing the greens and then adding them wet to a frying pan full of simmering onions, garlic, chiles and olive oil. I salt and stir and soon enough I have a bowl full of good greens. Lately, I'm experimenting with pan-toasted pine nuts or pecans and I find adding them takes things to a whole new level. Dandylion-greens-2 Even better is to use the cooked greens as a bed for some runner cannellini, or any other bean, really.

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