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By: Crafty Links

Fri, 03 Apr 2015 18:54:56 +0000

[...] and stitch a new one each month. The designs are abstract, so they are suitable for any holiday.Crafty Princess Diaries The Crafty Princess is planning to craft some black-eyed peas for the new year! Check out this [...]

By: Tammy

Sat, 02 Jan 2010 23:13:58 +0000

They turned out great this year, Elieen. I actually found fresh peas for a change, so we put everything in the pot but the black-eyed peas. Cooked it for a few hours, and then put those in for about 15 minutes, and they tasted awesome. It made the recipe cook a lot faster than dried ones, so hopefully, I'll luck out and get fresh ones in the future.

By: Eileen

Sat, 02 Jan 2010 21:04:17 +0000

I wasn't raised in the South but Southern friends introduced me to this tradition years ago. Now I'm delighted to have a bona fide recipe for New Year's black-eyed peas. Thank you, Tammy, and thanks to your sis for the hearty endorsement ;-) In Spain and Mexico the good luck tradition is to eat 12 grapes, one with each chime of the clock ringing in the New Year, then toast everyone all around.

By: Margot

Tue, 29 Dec 2009 23:01:27 +0000

Tammy This sounds absolutely delicious! Yes, it's black eyed peas and greens. The peas represent coins and the greens paper money. I lived in the South for a number of years. Add some delicious home baked cornbread and some spiral sliced ham...YUMMY! Cheers, Madge

By: Tammy

Tue, 29 Dec 2009 15:23:44 +0000

I've recently learned we are supposed to also eat collard greens (which I also like if cooked right). The greens represent cash and the peas represent coins.

By: Terry

Mon, 28 Dec 2009 18:40:54 +0000

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I can vouch for this recipe, as Tammy's sister. It is very good and easy, and cheap! I've even had my best friend growing up, call every year to get this recipe. It is a Southern tradition to eat Black Eyed Peas on New Years Day for good luck throughout the coming year. Even if you don't believe it that kind of stuff, it is still good to have them because they are cheap, easy, and good!