What Makes Us

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate what makes us who we are. It’s when we can bring our cultures together and share in the traditions that set us apart—and the values that unite us. Every table is unique, every recipe is unique, and every Thanksgiving is another chance to expand our table.

Haas’ Collard Greens and Margaret’s Succotash

From his grandmother’s kitchen to his kitchen, Haas has kept this collard greens recipe thriving. As for Margaret, her Native American roots make her succotash so special. A staple dish, it’s a must-have recipe for any Thanksgiving meal. So what happens when these two southerners are tasked with making each other’s special recipes? Check it out.

Haas’ Collard Greens

Everyone in the South knows collard greens, but not everyone knows them like this. Haas’ collard greens recipe has been passed down for generations and it’s what he’s known for most in his family’s kitchen. But there’s a secret to what makes his so special. Bring this classic recipe—with a twist—to your table this Thanksgiving.

Margaret’s Succotash

A Native American staple, succotash is a must-have on every table during Thanksgiving. Margaret’s succotash recipe can be traced back to her great-great-grandma, Maggy Valentine. Try this simple and culturally rich recipe for your Thanksgiving table.

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