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

Peaches ‘n’ Such


M & M Soul Food Cafe


M&M Catering


Loaded bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich is held together with a toothpick.
Fire & Spice | Too Much Bacon? (Insert Irony Emoji)


S&S Cafeteria



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One Response to “Collard Greens”

Janet L Hofmann

February 16th, 2022

Where’s the vegetarian collard recipe from the Detroit show?


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