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  • Kawthar ALHassan

    Southern United States: Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens | Martha Stewart #recipe

  • Food Author

    Lucky Black-Eyed Peas for NewYears A southern tradition. Eat on New Year's Eve after midnight for good luck the rest of the new year!#NewYears #NewYearsEve #recipe #Holiday #Dinner

  • intemis

    As far as southern traditions go this is one of my favorites. To bring in the new year with goodluck you eat Blackeye peas with ham hawk , collard greens and cornbread. So sad i cant make it this year. Hope i can find a place that will serve this.

  • Eva Williams

    Southern food for New Years Day..Black-eyed peas and collard greens

  • Jeannie Montgomery

    required southern recipe on New Year's day...for good fortune-blackeyed peas

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