Monday, December 30, 2013

Five Delicious Recipes for Black-Eyed Peas for Good Luck in the New Year!

Five Delicious Recipes for Black-Eyed Peas for Good Luck in the New Year
Eat some black-eyed peas on New Year's Day, and I promise you'll have good luck in the new year!

I'm a complete believer that you should celebrate New Year's Eve or New Year's Day by eating something with black-eyed peas!   I learned about this tradition in the early days of my blog, and the black-eyed peas have certainly brought me good luck.  I love the flavor of this humble little ingredient, and I've had fun experimenting with it.  Here are five of my very favorite black-eyed pea recipes to celebrate New Year's, and I truly hope they will bring you some good luck.  (Check after the photos for links to some other places to find fun recipe ideas with black-eyed peas.)













More Black-Eyed Pea Recipes for a Lucky New Year:
Black-Eyed Peas on New Year's Day for Good Luck in the New Year from BlogHer.com
Black-Eyed Peas to Bring You Luck in the New Year from BlogHer.com
Black-Eyed Peas for New Year's Day or Kwanzaa from BlogHer.com


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8 comments:

  1. Would you believe I've never cooked black-eyed peas? I must rectify that at once, so I can have some good luck in 2014.

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  2. Lydia absolutely! And I bet you will love them.

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  3. These recipes look SO good!! Thank you for creating such easy to follow and delicious recipes!

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  4. Thanks Amanda, glad you like the post.

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  5. Delicious Hopping John soup with black-eyed peas on New Years Day at your house, Kalyn. I feel good luck coming my way already. I will try the salad...it looks good.
    Thanks!
    All your soups were tasty and just the ticket for cold evenings.

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  6. Thanks Wanda, and I do hope the soup will bring you lots and lots of good luck!

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  7. Kalyn, I had that hummus recipe tagged on Pinterest since you posted it. It was a huge, huge hit at my New Year's Day party -- so delicious! I'll be making it again soon.

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  8. Kristen, so glad everyone enjoyed it. I love having a different way to get my black-eyed-peas for New Years!

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