Turnip Greens

Frequently among vegetable choices on menus in the South and in soul food restaurants everywhere, turnip greens tend to have a bitter flavor. That’s not a bad thing, especially when they are laced with sweet pork and sprinkled with tangy peppered vinegar, making them a rousing tongue-teaser.

Restaurants With This Dish

Wife Saver


Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Nom Wah Tea Parlor


Gumbo Shop


Four Way Restaurant | Memphis Soul Food Destination


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Blue Top Grill


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Crossroads Cafe



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