Last weekend I went out with family to a local mexican restaurant. (Pico's in Bellaire, TX. If you're ever in the Houston area I recommend it highly!) Anyways, I ordered one of the specials--a braised pork shank served over greens with a tomatillo sauce. The greens were excellent, and very much like spinach. The waiter called it 'verbolagas,' I think, and said that it was popular in Mexico. Is anyone here familiar with it? I'm always on the lookout for tasty greens that don't turn bitter or bolt right away when the oppressive heat and humidity starts up in June. Edit: Apparently 'verdolagas' is purslane, but the leaves seemed larger than the sidewalk-crack-inhabiting stuff I occasionally pick and eat to freak people out.