Happy New Year! Don’t forget a favorite Southern tradition that will ensure luck in the year to come. Black-eyed peas have been part of New Year’s celebrations in the South since the Civil War and symbolize good luck. For all of us on our healthy eating resolutions, these tasty and powerful peas pack a pretty strong nutritional punch. Black-eyed peas are high in fiber and protein, as well as a satisfying way to go meat free (or at least in this case, meat light). When paired with greens or cabbage, black-eyed peas are fabled to bring luck and wealth. A Southern staple goes New Orleans-style with this spicy version of Hoppin’ John. Enjoy!
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