Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
Of course. And some slow smoked pork.Happy New Year.Deo Vindice
Yup! Always! -CM
I can't remember a week growing up when we didn't have black-eyed peas...and,of course, cornbread....vaquero viejo
peas, beans, and potatoes have kept many in harder times fedwhat is growing in your garden?Wildflower
I had black olive pizza.....close enough.
Yup. Fixed up a huge batch with smoked hocks and ham, two days prior. Beans get better with age. We have a New Years Day celebration here every year, with baby-back ribs, black-eyed peas, scorched cornbread (Tennessee recipe, Kenny), grilled chikin, and all the fixins you can imagine. With the leftovers, I won't have to cook until February.Hope you and yours had a great end of year, and wishing all the best for the new year.Mike & Kat
They ain't makin' heros like Sherman any more!
My Daddy was a southern boy from Mississippi. He said the tradition was, if you ate that good on New Year's day, you'd eat well all year long!I had my black eyed peas, cooked with a little ham, cornbread and grilled catfish!
Yes Ma'am; but as Texas Caviar. Judy
Mort, you might get a different view from some of those pea eaters from Georgia....I think Wm T originated "burn, baby, burn".....vaquero viejo
Ate mine this year with pig knuckles.Eat it while it's hot or the collagen gets things sticky.-Familyman
Had black eyed peas, ham, cornbread and all the fixin's when I was over that side of the pond about a month ago. Great.
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