I promise you, these are going to be the best greens you ever tasted! This recipe does not require a lot of measuring, Everything depends on how many bunches of greens you cook. Also, these greens require "no pork" for flavor. Use any kind of "Collard Greens" Ingredients: 2 Red Turnips Grape oil 1 "Hot green pepper" for spice 1 Onion Smoked Turkey neck bones Collard Greens Grape oil is comon in most grocery stores but if you can't find it, substitute it with olive oil. I use lots of Smoked Turkey neck bones that are cut into medium size but you can use as much as you like. Directions: Boil smoked Turkey neck bones in a pot with chopped onion and green hot pepper, Season the Turkey neckbones any way you like because you will not be doing any more sesoning through out this recipe. Boil turkey neck bones until the meat falls off the bone. Meat can also be semi off the bone. Take Turkey neck`bones from the pot and remove meat but keep some of the bones and keep all the seasoned juice. After you shred the meat off the bones, put it back into the pot with the juice and put some of the bones, not all back into pot as well. Set the pot to the side for later. Cut up turnips into little squares or however you like Chop up greens any kind of way you like, but it is better to chop up greens small. Chop up more onions Get a big wok or frying pan you can stir fry with. Depending on how much greens you have, will determined how much grape oil you will need for stir frying. Pour enough grape oil into pan to stir fry greens, onions and turnips together. After greens, onion and turnips are cooked down but greens are still tender, place them back in the pot with the juice you made earlier from he Turkey neck bones, hot pepper and onion let boil on low for about 30 minutes. The end resutls will be, tender, tasty, seasoned greens with strands of turkey neckbone meat, a hint of spice, bitter seasoned turnips and onions. The grape oil gives the greens a juicy, tangy texture. Now eat!