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Featured Cookbook

The Mount Enon Missionary Baptist Church Historical Cookbook

Editor: Andrea Foy

The 94th Anniversary Historical Cookbook is more than just a collection of recipes from our congregation. It is also a collection of history and pictures. From the original Charter Members to the Historical State Markers that tie the church to the Wright Brothers Family. Pictures of our members are intermixed with stories, tips and memories. It is a unique, special, keepsake that appeals to any history buff, or foodie.

Featured Recipe

Southern Collard Greens

By Glenda Gilyot

2-3 bunches Collard Greens (smaller leaves are optional)
1 smoked Turkey Leg
2 tablespoon crushed garlic
1 tablespoon onion powder
˝ large onion diced
4 tablespoon dark brown sugar
3 teaspoon Lawry’s seasoned salt
2 teaspoon liquid smoke
Cook turkey leg on medium-low heat for 30-40minutes.
Wash greens. Tear into quarter inch strip and add to boiling water along with strip smoked turkey leg from the bone, Add all other ingredients.
Stir and simmer on medium low heat for 30-40 minutes or until greens and turkey leg stick tender.
Variation: If you like okra you can toss a few pieces of whole okra in the pot to steam for the last 10 minutes. Corn bread, fried chicken, and potato salad are perfect complements to this dish!

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