Neiman Marcus has no doubt offered some eyebrow-raising merchandise during the holidays, including rare cars, a football stadium end zone, and a motorcycle outing with Keanu Reeves, reports the Washington Post.
One person pointed out via Twitter, “Walmart will sell you collards $4/lb, pre-washed. Your local farm stand will be half that. Your grandpa might have greens in his backyard.”
Another asked, “What type of gentrified hot mess is this?!”
Many shared the latter sentiment, and before long the hashtag ‘gentrifiedgreens’ was in full swing, reports NPR.
Notable uses include the inquiry, “Would anyone like some cornmeal focaccia with their #gentrifiedgreens?”
While the greens have captured the most attention, they are not the only holiday foods being offered by Neiman Marcus.
Other dishes available include $80 baked beans and $76 cheesy potatoes.
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