From the Central Co-op kitchen
High in iron and protein, black-eyed peas are the star of the traditional New Year's Day dish Hoppin' John. In the South, Hoppin' John is eaten to bring health and wealth in the new year, especially when served alongside greens. The day after New Year's Day, the leftovers are known as Skippin' Jenny.
Keywords: Black-eyed peas, beans, New Year's Day, easy, main dishes, side dishes, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free
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