Add ham hocks, chicken wings, and pork necks.
Bring to a boil, skimming off foam. Reduce heat to low; simmer 3 hours or until ham hocks are tender and potlikker is rich in flavor, skimming as necessary. Meanwhile, rinse and sort peas. Bring peas and water to cover to a boil in a large saucepan over high heat. Cook 2 minutes, skimming off foam.
Drain peas. Pour potlikker through a fine wire-mesh strainer into an 8-cup glass measuring cup, reserving hocks, chicken wings, and pork neck bones; discard remaining solids. Remove and chop meat from ham hocks, chicken wings, and pork neck bones; discard bones and skin. Wipe Dutch oven clean, and return potlikker to Dutch oven. Add drained peas, chopped ham, chicken, pork, and collard leaves to potlikker.
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Natural Giveaways — Sarah — What a fun experience you had! Looks like you guys had a total blast!
And this cornbread? You kinda knocked it outta the ballpark. What a great event!
Looks like you guys had loads of fun! Not to mention good eats! Looks like you had so much fun! This cornbread is a lot more than just cornbread!
It is pretty much a full on meal! Love it! Pinning now.
It sounds like so much fun! This is a fantastic cornbread that is full of southern goodness! Sounds like you had a great trip, that sounds fun! I love the filling too!
Now I really want to try, looks good! That looks like so much fun! I love that this cornbread is a meal in itself!
I love how you turned cornbread into more than just bread! I could almost have this for my main course! Sounds like you had an amazing experience, Christin! And this cornbread sounds delicious! I love making it in a skillet, gives it so much flavor. Your version looks just perfect! Looks like you had a really fun baking adventure!!
White grape seed flours sounds so interesting!!