I enjoyed a satisfying lunch at Momma's Daughter's Diner. It's a small local chain; I visited the Lewisville branch. Outside, it's pretty plain. Inside, it's all Southern: homey decorations, friendly service, plenty of meat and vegetables.
I ordered a four-veggie plate that was well-prepared and satisfying. The red beans were cooked just right: not mushy, not undercooked. The fried okra was crispy. The greens had that collard green bite and a nice touch of the pig. The corn wasn't overcooked and had a nice helping of butter. Don't underestimate the importance of not undercooking---it's easy to overcook, particularly in a restaurant that needs to keep food ready.