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Old Yesterday, 09:14 AM   #29
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Really sounds tasty.
easy to make... soften garlic and onion and some salt in a dutch oven or equivalent. Toss in chopped greens and a little more salt and let them wilt a bit. Add chicken stock, white vermouth. bay leaf, pepper and thyme. Toss in cubed or sliced yellow potatoes. Add chopped pork (I had a pork chop, cubed meat, added bone... plus some leftover smoked sausage... you can add anything to this... dry chorizo, ham, whatever). Bring to a boil then dial back to a steady simmer for 20-30 minutes. Add mashed potatoes to thicken as much as you like, correct seasoning. Serve.

If it gets too thick just add water.

I made about 1.5 quarts. I also had baby bok choy I sliced/chopped as a green... cabbage will work too!
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