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(Zone 6a)

December 6, 2010
10:30 AM

Post #8246981

INTO A HOT FRY PAN ( THAT HAS A TEASPOON OR SO OF OLIVE OIL) ADD SOME TOMATO SLICES OR WEDGES AND HEAT UNTIL SOFTENED.USE A COMBINATION OF SPICES SUCH AS MINCED GARLIC,FRESHLY GROUND BLACK PEPPER etc.THEN ADD A FEW CUPS OF SPINACH.COVER FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 MINUTES WITH MAYBE A SPRINKLE OF WATER ADDED----VOILA----THE FASTEST AND BEST VEGETABLE DISH YOU HAVE EVER TASTED.

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Bookerc1
Mackinaw, IL
(Zone 5a)

December 6, 2010
2:16 PM

Post #8247326

Sounds delicious! I bet that would be great with a few croutons or buttered bread crumbs tossed on top, too! I love all the recipes people are posting! Spinach is such an adaptable vegetable; it is good no matter how you prepare it! (though I have never been very fond of creamed spinach. . .)

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