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black-eyed peas

  • Moveable Feast

    Lamb and Oyster Stew

    Small Rappahannock oysters are good in this stew, but you can use your favorite oysters.

  • Recipe

    Honey-Tabasco Pork Belly with Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens

    A brown sugar rub and a spicy-sweet glaze give this roasted belly a deliciously caramelized flavor. It’s served over bacony slow-simmered beans and tangy braised collards for a truly delicious…

  • Recipe

    Persian-Style Carrots and Black-Eyed Peas

    A mix of sweet, warming spices and a burst of saffron complement the carrots while peas absorb and reinforce the flavors in this evocative dish. I like to serve this…

  • Moveable Feast

    Heirloom Bean Tostadas with Crispy Avocado

    Though we call for an assortment of canned beans for convenience, Chefs Feniger and Milliken used heirloom beans, such as scarlet runner beans, to dress up this recipe with color…

  • Recipe

    Buttery Black-Eyed Pea Stew with Fried Corn Cakes

    A creamy, vegetable-rich stew with a crunchy corn cake—what could be a better match? We call these sorts of dishes complicated simplicity. They're also the essence of what we believe…

  • Recipe

    Hoppin' John

    In the South, eating Hoppin’ John—rice and black-eyed peas with pork—is supposed to bring luck (although no one’s quite sure why). Lucky or not, the hearty meal-in-a-bowl is the perfect…

  • Recipe

    New Year’s Black-Eyed Pea Curry

    Throughout the Southern states of America, black-eyed peas are served for good luck on New Year’s Day. They’re excellent with stir-fried cabbage—also considered a good-luck food, since it supposedly represents…

  • Recipe

    Smoky Pork Chili with Black-Eyed Peas

    The moderately spicy chiles for this smoky pork and black-eyed pea chili were chosen for their flavor, not their heat, which means you can appreciate all of the flavors in…

  • Menu

    A Southern New Year´s Day Supper

    Black-eyed peas and collard greens ensure luck in the coming year.

  • Recipe

    Summer Succotash

    You can use frozen baby lima beans, but try to find fresh summer shell beans, if possible. It’s important to dice the other vege­tables so they’re all about the same…