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7:22 am on Friday May 27, 2011

At long last, the collard greens are done ... and South Carolina's official vegetable

TheDigitel (With handy link to guide on proper collard preparation and cooking.) It took a surprising amount of doing, but the leafy, bitter, and oft-tasty collard green is now all but the official state vegetable of South Carolina. Believe it or...
2:22 am on Friday May 27, 2011

At long last, the collard greens are done ... and South Carolina's official vegetable

Image by TheDigitel(With handy link to guide on proper collard preparation and cooking.) It took a surprising amount of doing, but the leafy, bitter, and oft-tasty collard green is now all but the official state vegetable of South Carolina. Believe...
10:11 pm on Thursday May 26, 2011

At long last, the collard greens are done ... and South Carolina's official vegetable

TheDigitel (With handy link to guide on proper collard preparation and cooking.) It took a surprising amount of doing, but the leafy, bitter and oft-tasty collard green is now all but the official state vegetable of South Carolina. You can see our...
1:33 am on Thursday April 28, 2011

Collard greens may soon be South Carolina's Official State Vegetable

Image by Flickr user sweetbeetandgreenbeanUpdated April 28: Well the bill to make collard greens S.C.'s official state vegetable passed the Senate today, but would you believe there actually was quite a bit of debate? In fact it only passed 30-12....
4:00 pm on Sunday February 13, 2011

Winter weather took toll on crops in South Carolina

TheDigitel South Carolina's winter vegetable crop of collards and cabbage has been hit pretty hard by this year's cold weather snap. Some farmers lost most of their cabbage and half their collards, something that's sure to affect prices. SCNow out...
3:59 pm on Sunday February 13, 2011

South Carolina's farmers, winter greens hit hard by cold weather

Image by TheDigitelSouth Carolina's winter vegetable crop of collards and cabbage has been hit pretty hard by this year's cold weather snap. Some farmers lost most of their cabbage and half their collards, something that's sure to affect prices....
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