kale

(redirected from collards)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

kale

see brassicaoleracea.
References in periodicals archive ?
With his record of service to EBSS, his ability to bring diverse perspectives together for the good of the whole, and his substantial contributions to the profession, the committee is thrilled to name Scott Collard as the recipient of the EBSS Distinguished Librarian Award for 2018, said award chair Stephanie Davis-Kahl, scholarly communications librarian at Illinois Wesleyan University.
Heirloom collards are living history; they're passed down over generations within families and communities, often developing unique adaptations to a specific place or traditional cultural use.
You can grow kale and collards from seeds sown directly into prepared soil, but, especially in spring, it's best to start seeds indoors and set them out under cloches four to six weeks before your last spring frost.
Heading-type collards form a loose head, which is usually harvested in its entirety.
Ms Collard said: "I am thrilled, I am relieved I am excited - there are lots of emotions.
When they found a likely field, they stopped and talked to the gardener to find out if the collards were a commercial variety or a landrace with a more limited distribution.
What it means, Howard said, is that he plans to have a meeting with the Collards and their attorney before the end of the year to talk about how and why the trees were pruned.
Collards Plant from mid-August to mid-September depending on your first frost date.
For a healthful soup, thaw frozen spinach, collards, kale or mustard greens in a saucepan of boiling water until heated through.
Add drained collards and sugar, cook and stir until collards are tender, about 10 minutes.
For a simple but festive churrasco menu, serve churrasco misto (mixed grill), farofa, collards, salsas, bread, and dessert.
Miss Annie Pearl gave Tom some seeds from a plastic bag in her freezer labeled "Tyson Collards 1998.