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Ham Hocks and Greens

A mix of greens with fresh ham hocks that I smoked on the Egg.......this will now cooked slowly about 45 minutes.....if you like greens, these are simple and good


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  • BotchBotch Posts: 6,104
    I bought a Harrington's Ham for this year's Xmas, may have to modify this a bit and cook the greens (kale for me!) and HH in broth on the Egg; sounds tasty!  
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  • thailandjohnthailandjohn Posts: 952
    edited December 2013
    Trader Joe's in our area carries packaged mixed greens (mustard, spinach, turnips, collards) This makes it very easy, I just put in two bags of the greens to the liquid that I boiled the ham hocks in, add my seasonings then the meat from the hocks then cook until the greens are tender
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