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Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon

Black-Eyed Peas with Bacon Recipe

from Plain Chicken

Black Eye Peas and Ham {Slow Cooker}

New Year's Tradition....Slow Cooker Black Eye Peas and Ham(well, maybe a ham substitute would be good)


New Year's Day Black Eyed Peas Recipe

New Years Day Black Eyed Peas

from Simply Recipes

Hoppin’ John

A classic Southern dish to celebrate New Year's. The black-eyed peas are for good fortune in the coming year. ~

from Healthier Steps

Jamaican Stew Peas with Dumplings (Spinners

Jamaican Stew Peas with Dumplings (Spinners)

from BuzzFeed

21 Fun And Delicious Recipes You Can Make With Your Kids

Fun and Delicious Meals to Make with Children

from SheKnows

If you're over chili and plain old beans, but still craving a flavorful fiber- and protein-rich dish, this black bean stew is for you.

Black Bean Stew

from Bon Appétit

Spiced Black Lentils with Yogurt and Mint

Spiced Black Lentils with Yogurt and Mint Recipe

from Bloglovin’

a big green cobbler with leeks, gruyere, and split peas (my name is yeh)

a big green cobbler with leeks, gruyere, and split peas | my name is yeh | Bloglovin’

from The Berry

Paleo Diet – try it! (24 photos + recipes)

Paleo-Friendly Recipes With Photos : There's really no reason to feel deprived eating this way.

from BuzzFeed

30 Quick Dinners With No Meat

Black Pepper Stir-Fried Noodles | 30 Quick Dinners With No Meat

from Sweet Peas and Saffron

Enchilada-Stuffed Grilled Portobello Mushrooms

These enchilada-stuffed portobellos are an easy vegetarian dinner recipe that is ready in 25 minutes!

from Epicurious

Snap Pea Salad with Burrata

Verse doppers en rucola

from Joanne Eats Well With Others

Pea, Asparagus, and Spring Herb Pasta

Dinner gets a spring makeover in this pea, asparagus, and spring herb pasta that is filled with bright, fresh flavors and ingredients.

from Southern Living

Crowder Pea Succotash - 21 Ways with Summer-Fresh Field Peas

Crowder Pea Succotash | Crowder peas, also known as cowpeas, are hearty and packed with protein. Combined with sweet corn, chopped onions, and bell peppers, they make a great addition to this popular Southern side dish. Serve at a family barbecue or picnic on a warm summer day.