Original recipe from Anthimus:
Mustard Greens. Mustard greens are good, boiled in salt and oil. They should be eaten either cooked on the coals or with bacon, and vinegar to suit the taste should be put in while they are cooking.
- Weber, Shirley Howard trans. Anthimus. De Observatio Ciborum. Leiden: E. J. Brill Ltd., 1924, p. 37.
Fried Mustard Greens is featured in Coronation Feast of H.R.H Kenna
Michael Hobbes is a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, living in Columbus, Ohio. He was recently awarded the Laurel, the SCA's highest honor for arts & sciences, for his work in cooking.
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