Collard Greens


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There are many delicious ways to cook collard greens, but the is best-known way to do it is low and slow in a stockpot (or slow cooker) with plenty of bold, smoky ingredients to amp up the flavor of the greens. These collard greens may take a few hours to simmer, but they only require a few minutes of hands-on cooking time. And they can be made ahead and reheat beautifully—in fact, they taste even better on the second or third day. Traditionally, Southern collard greens are made with pork.


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