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Black-Eyed Peas - A Southern Tradition for the New Year

By December 13, 2013

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Welcome the New Year with black-eyed peas. Really? Well, if you celebrate New Year's Eve in the Southern USA, whether attending a gala gourmet dinner or a small casual gathering with friends and family, it is likely that you will be offered and encouraged to eat black-eyed peas just after the stroke of midnight. Why black-eyed peas? Once you know more about this time honored Southern tradition, you might decide to have a heaping serving of these odd little legumes for the New Year no matter where you plan to welcome 2014. Read More...

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