"I made this for our New Year's dinner and it was excellent. I used ham hocks (as that was what I had) and added kale during the last hour of cooking." – dojose
Recipe of the Day
Southern Collard Greens
Leafy collard greens take a long, slow simmer in a ham hock bath, with flakes of hot pepper tossed in for kicks. Some folks like to shred the ham hock meat into the greens before serving up in bowls.
Tina V. Hare
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