Few culinary traditions run as deep as collards in North Carolina.
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Classic North Carolina ingredients come together in these playful dishes. The result? Delicious harmony.
Garnish these stuffed collard greens with green onions, peanuts, lime, and cilantro.
A pig pickin’ must have barbecue; that’s a given. But what’s a cookout without a spectacular spread? Classic sides — from baked mac ’n’ cheese and corn pudding to pig pickin’ cake — take ’cue to the next level.
This recipe combines two of our Southern favorites — collard greens and country ham — in a delicious breakfast dish.
The annual tradition of Collard-Stealing Night brought joy to a generation of mischievous Pender County youth, who hoped to get more than just a tasty meal from their neighbors.
Don’t toss that broth! Potlikker — the liquid left behind after boiling collards — is loaded with vitamins and minerals. Plus, it’s delicious.
Every Southern cook should have an entry for collards in his or her recipe box.
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