Collard Greens

Collard greens, common on menus throughout the South, have a verdant character that is essence-of-vegetable. They tend to be bitter (but not in a bad way), a characteristic that is haloed by sprinkle of tangy peppered vinegar. They usually are cooked with a ham bone or fatback, adding porky sweetness, and they’re sometimes served laced with bacon.

Restaurants With This Dish

Perry Foster’s BBQ

GROVETOWN, GA

Ray’s Smokehouse BBQ

AUGUSTA, GA

Fried chicken thigh enveloped in crunchy golden crust
Wayside Takeout & Catering

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

Cafe Reconcile

NEW ORLEANS, LA

One cluster of crab legs, dripping with butter
DeShawn’s Seafood and Chicken

NORTH AUGUSTA, SC

Sunset Family Restaurant

BLOOMFIELD, IN

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