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MY NEW YEAR’S BLACK-EYED PEAS!

I got a little fancy with my black-eyed peas today. I had the sprouted black-eyed peas, and I had a small red bell pepper, an onion, a jalapeno pepper, garlic, and I got a “salad mix” of mesclun, kale, collards, … Continue reading

NEW YEAR’S DAY RECIPE – BLACK-EYED PEAS AND COLLARDS

It’s a little late this year to tell you what to eat so that you can get good luck, but I will tell you anyway. In the South, and, seemingly, in New York City, as well, black-eyed peas are an … Continue reading

TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR’S GOOD LUCK FOOD, raw take

POST #874 HAPPY NEW YEAR! MY TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR’S GOOD LUCK FOOD I am from the South, and Southerners eat black-eyed peas, greens (collards or kale), and pork (usually a ham hock or a hog jowl cooked together with the … Continue reading

HAPPY NEW YEAR! My New Year’s repast

Post #725 Happy New Year, y’all!  I wish you a great one! Where I come from, we eat collards (or kale or spinach), black-eyed peas, and ham (or some other form of pork) for luck, prosperity, and progress, on New … Continue reading

Getting Ready for New Year’s

I went out today and go the supplies to make my little New Year’s celebration.  I’m planning to spend time alone on New Year’s Eve.  I don’t get a lot of quite time alone, but my room-mate is in Japan … Continue reading

NEW YEAR’s RECIPES (with raw food you need to plan ahead…)

Where I am from in the South, traditionally, we eat black-eyed peas, collards (or other greens, like kale), and pork, on New Year’s Day. The collards are green, like money, and symbolize prosperity in the New Year. The black-eyed peas … Continue reading

My New Year’s Plans

The black-eyed pea sprouts are in the refrigerator! I started them Saturday night, and they just grew like nobody’s business. I thought that I would have time to get them last night, but they had already gotten longer than the … Continue reading