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These 26 recipes for fondue, crepes, appetizers and black-eyed peas are sure to user in the new year in tasty fashion.
This Flats playground is serving brunch from their menu of modern Southern comfort-meets-healthy dishes, such as mushroom biscuits and gravy and black-eyed pea hummus.
Shatter-crisp dehydrated collard greens stood alongside black-eyed peas as satisfying as meat.
Some Southern dishes must be served on certain occasions—like fruitcake at Christmas, barbecue on the Fourth, and black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day.
There are black-eyed peas, field beans, and beans named for the person who passed the bean along.
Put 1 pound dried black-eyed peas in a pot, cover them with water, and bring the whole thing up to a boil.
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