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'New' Southern Collard Greens
Sunny's Mac 'n' Cheese
Honey Cornbread Muffins
Stewed Okra and Tomatoes
Citrus-Garlic Roasted Chicken
Anne's Sweet Potato Apple Hash
Black-Eyed Peas, Bacon, Pork
Sweet Potato Tartlets
Bacon Cheese Grits
Fried Okra With Tomatoes
Sweet Potato Celery Root Fries
Funky Fried Chicken
Decadent Sweet Potato Pie
Sweet Potato Pie
Buttermilk Fried Chicken
Although gifts aren’t the focus of the holiday, buying from Black-owned businesses is a great way to honor the Kwanzaa principle of cooperative economics.
Add collard greens to smoked meat and cook until tender.
Bacon-topped collard greens are ready in just 35 minutes.
Add cider vinegar and hot sauce to kick up this classic.
Apples makes this dish sweet without much extra sugar.
Chocolate adds another layer of flavor to this citrusy bite.
Coconut and candied peanuts top this rich dinner finale.
Learn about the foods — and family traditions — that make Kwanzaa special.