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But turnip greens were finally located, and--with secret key ingredients of butter, butter, and did we mention butter?--the final dish was "Savory and silky, with heat that does not overwhelm." Tomatoes add a bit of color, cayenne pepper adds a bit of kick, and what you get is a delicious side dish.
Now I've never been one to enjoy cooking greens, because--honestly--I don't like to wash greens. One school of thought is to leave them soaking in the sink, and then lift them out once the dirt settles to the bottom. Repeat x 3. Another--faster method--is my favorite: give greens a quick turn in your washing machine on the delicate rinse cycle. It'll expedite the process, but be sure to give your washer a quick pre-rinse with cleaner before you throw food in there. Then cooking is the easy part!