WILTED GREENS AND EGGS






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Publication: Syracuse New Times
Date published: May 11, 2011

Saute minced garlic in a tablespoon of olive oil over medium-low heat, about 2 minutes. Add a small bunch of fresh, cleaned and sliced greens, a touch of nutmeg, sea salt and black pepper; cook until just wilted. Remove from heat and divide the greens in two. Using same pan wiped clean, cook two eggs the way you like them in some olive oil. Add cups balsamic honey vinegar and simmer on low for 2 minutes. Place eggs on greens and drizzle vinegar over all. Add shavings of your favorite aged cheese if you like. Makes 2 servings.

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