Are you near Tri-cities? Or are you further down near Cherokee?
Do you think it is wise to trust the spelling of a Mississippi born Army Sergeant?I had always thought that was "polk salad" as in the Elvis song Polk Salad Annie.
I think the various types of cabbage tend to be under-rated in the scoff stakes. I imagine mostly because of the way the poor little things were cooked by our female forebears,, schools, the armed forces and various other institutions. Boiled for nine hours.
I only found out cabbage was green in my early twenties. Thanks for all the grey slop Mum.
Ah... so you have the TN AVN Museum, if you need to look at any more 'nose cones' you've also got Dolly, also nice mountains, fnar, and the Forbidden Cavern.Nearer Cherokee than Tri-Cities, but specifically just outside Sevierville on Douglas Lake.
Strictly speaking the song was by Tony Joe White.Do you think it is wise to trust the spelling of a Mississippi born Army Sergeant?
Sallet would be Frenchie for cooked greens. Salad is uncooked greens. You NEVER eat poke uncooked. You also have to wash it before you boil it three times. You also have to pick it young, before the level of toxins gets too high, or even washing it and boiling it three times will not save your gut.Strictly speaking the song was by Tony Joe White.
I reckoned a pair of good'ol'boys from Louisiana and Mississippi probably knew a bit more about soul food than a Londoner.
Seems both spellings are acceptable though.
Do you really have to boil it three times to destroy the toxins? Hardly seems worth the effort.
I'm surprised my mother never cooked it. "Oooh, a leafy vegetable you can boil three times. Thats 27 hours in the saucepan. Bring it on".