Thanks to all who wrote to me by email or posted. I got more of a response on my kale recipe than I expected so I figured I would talk a bit more about greens. My fallback recipe that I probably do at least once a week is either buying Swiss chard, or if I find beets with the greens attached, or turnip greens or any combination of those greens.
I just thinly slice 2-3 cloves of garlic, saute in a pan on medium heat with a couple of tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil and few hot red pepper flakes, add the greens (washed and coarsely chopped) and sea salt to taste. Mix well and saute for a few minutes. Then I turn the heat on low and place the lid on the pan and allow the greens to soften. Makes a nice side dish with pasta, fish or just about anything. My favorite way to eat the greens is to place the greens on a plate and top with a couple of fried eggs. Great way to start the day if you can do that in the morning.