That's right. We said $66.
If I wanted to spend $80+ on collard greens and $100+ on baked beans, I'd buy a ticket to North Carolina ? NOT buy them at Neiman Marcus. ? pic.twitter.com/vhYAvmYKsl— Brinton Megan Parker (@BrintonMegan) November 1, 2016
Twitter exploded as the retailer's collard green offerings made the rounds online.
Neiman Marcus says their collard greens are "seasoned with just the right amount of spices and bacon."
I sooo can't help myself: $66 dollars 4 frozen collard greens @ Neiman Marcus? A whole new standard 4 cultural appropriation?— Alice Medrich (@AliceMedrich) November 4, 2016
Who's going to break it to Neiman Marcus that it's not Bacon we use in collard greens?— Delicate Snowflake (@StilettoRoyalty) November 2, 2016
For $66, you would receive four fully-cooked and frozen 12-ounce trays. The order serves a total of 8 to 10 people, just in time for the holidays.
The deal has already sold out on their website, and there is no word yet on when they might be available again.
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I'll just say this ...— Thomas L. Strickland (@ThomasLS) November 1, 2016
If you buy collard greens from Neiman Marcus, you will not get into Heaven.
I can't be mad at Neiman Marcus for selling collard greens & other food. Anyone so snobbish to pay that price...Have At It! ?— OUTSPOKEN DIVA (@OUTSPOKEN_DIVA) November 1, 2016