Collard Greens in Crock Pot

Gotta have greens with your Thanksgiving dinner!

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Any greens or combination of greens can be used for this recipe. The sisters love greens of any kind. In the south it is a tradition to have greens on New Year’s Day. Greens symbolize economic fortune in the New Year. We not only eat greens on New Year’s Day but all year long. We have not been blessed with economic fortune yet but we have been blessed with so much more. Another tradition is to eat pork. Pigs symbolize progress. So we have added plenty of pork to this recipe. Happy New Years to you and we wish you all, large fortunes and progress in the New Year.

Collard Greens (Crock Pot)
You are going to need these things-

1 pound Smoked pork neck bones
5 chicken bouillon cubes
3 quarts water
2 pounds collard greens, washed, cut and stems removed
1 small onion, chopped
2-3 cloves garlic, minced

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4 thoughts on “Collard Greens in Crock Pot

  1. Am I losing my mind btw…I swear I just went to “Jett2Whit” the other day and it was a blank blog…? Now you have stuff on it. Do you have another blog too? Easily Confused in California….Niki. lol 😉

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