Greens

An essential side dish in cafes throughout the South, greens are leaves of several different vegetables. The most common ones are collard and turnip, the latter often cooked and served with little pieces of the root vegetable. While pork-averse chefs may use chicken to flavor greens as they cook, more typical pot companions are hambone or fatback.

Restaurants With This Dish

Nickel’s Pit BBQ

WATKINS GLEN, NY

Apalachicola Seafood Grill | Best of the Gulf Coast

APALACHICOLA, FL

Tall, gnarled-top light gold biscuit
Biscuit Head

ASHEVILLE, NC

City Pork

BATON ROUGE, LA

Sweet P’s Downtown Dive

KNOXVILLE, TN

Chef’s House

AUGUSTA, GA

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