Ye’abasha Gomen (Ethiopian Collard Greens)

Our Weekly Sale from April 7th – 13th celebrates Ethiopian Cuisine and we think you’ll love these healthy, hearty braised greens known as Ye’abasha Gomen. They’re traditionally prepared with an Ethiopian spiced clarified butter known as Niter Kibbeh, though that can be challenging to find around these parts. You could take a crack at making your own, or sub in plain clarified butter/ghee (though it will lack the full flavor and aromatic profile of the original dish). You’ll find organic collard greens and organic yellow onions featured in the Weekly Sale, so it’s a great time to give this dish a try! It pairs well with Doro Wat (an Ethiopian spicy chicken stew) and Injera (an Ethiopian flatbread), and you can find recipes for these dishes on our blog this week, or pick up copies at the Weekly Sale display!


Southern-Style Collard Greens

Warm your soul with collard greens.  This recipe comes from a staffer who grew up in the deep south with fond memories of devouring large bowls of collard greens, then sopping up the pot liquor with freshly baked cornbread. She insists it’s the ultimate comfort food! And if you like things spicy, don’t hesitate to add a generous dash of hot sauce.