This is what you might get if your cook was a sailor from Portugal who fell off a boat in the port of New Orleans and had to forage for groceries. As always I like to use earthenware for dishes like this, such as a Spanish cazuela but you can of course deploy your own weapon of choice. The sausage component can either be a semi-cured, Spanish style chorizo or else a linguiça. I’m using collards and turnip greens here but you can substitute other greens also. —pierino
Standup commis flâneur, and food historian. Pierino's background is in Italian and Spanish cooking but of late he's focused on frozen desserts. He is now finishing his cookbook, MALAVIDA! Can it get worse? Yes, it can. Visit the Malavida Brass Knuckle cooking page at Facebook and your posts are welcome there.