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Black-Eyed Peas, a New Year's Eve Tradition in the South
A Southern Tradition for Luck and Prosperity in the New Year ... The catch to all of these superstitious traditions is that the black-eyed peas are the essential ...
Holiday Parades in the Southeast - Southern Holiday Traditions ...
Heralding the arrival of the holiday season, annual holiday parades by the dozens provide festive cheer during November and December in the Southeast.
Holiday Boat Parades in the Southeast - Christmas Flotillas and ...
Holiday boat parades or flotillas are a delightful coastal Christmas tradition in the Southeast ... Where to Enjoy Luxury Accommodations and Southern Hospitality.
Why We Eat Black-Eyed Peas on New Year's Day
Southern Traditions ... of the superstition says that black-eyed peas were all the southern slaves had to celebrate with on the first day of January, 1863.
New Year's Traditional Food - Black-Eyed Peas and Greens are ...
Many former Southerners have spread this tradition to other parts of the country. ... Golden cornbread is often added to the Southern New Year's meal, and a ...
Iced Tea: Recipes of a Year Round Southern Tradition
Instructions from Southern Cooking (1928): The only recipe for making tea is, use a good grade of tea, freshly boiled water, to make the tea quickly, and never ...
New Year's Day Traditions - Southern Food - About.com
What are your family's New Year's Day food traditions, and why? Lucky peas? Cabbage? Is rice on the menu? Tell us about it!
A Charmed Cake - About.com - Wedding Traditions
A popular tradition in the Southern U.S., the cake pull is a fun game for the bridal party to learn about their fortunes in life.
All About Red Beans and Rice - History, ingredients, and traditions.
Red Beans and rice is a southern tradition, especially in the city of New Orleans. This hearty and inexpensive meal has been the traditional Monday feast for ...
Knee Babies, Meemaws and Ontees: Southern Naming Traditions
Apr 27, 2010 ... I just stumbled upon a really cool blog post about naming traditions. Rachel D's Lawn Tea blog is as Southern as a mockingbird or a magnolia ...