Neiman Marcus selling collard greens for $81.50


Having guests over for dinner? 

Neiman Marcus has got you covered. At least for a portion of your meal.

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The luxury retailer is advertising an order of collard greens for $66 plus $15.50 for the delivery on its web site.

According the the company, the greens are "seasoned with just the right amount of spices and bacon" and shipped cooked and frozen. You just heat them up and serve.

The order includes four 12-oz. trays and serves eight to 10 people.

Social media users promptly lampooned the notion:

But just in case you considered ordering the greens for Thanksgiving, note that they can't be shipped Saturday, Sunday, Monday or holidays -- so plan ahead.


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