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Thread: Who ate black-eyed peas today?

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    Super Member MaryMo's Avatar
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    Who ate black-eyed peas today?

    Last year was such a skanky year that I had to do something to liven up this year, so I made vegetable soup with lots of black-eyed peas. This is the first year I've done this. I do hope it works.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    I did, this past year was a zinger for a lot of people. I always have blackeyed peas and cabbage on new years.
    Every new year since I could eat table food.
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    Our family tradition is Split Pea Soup. I think it is from my Dutch ancestry. Left over ham from Christmas goes into it on New Years Day. Never could do the Pickled Herring thingy and, thank goodness, neither does Hubby though his family is German.

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    Ewwwwww! Sorry, LOL!
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    Oh, Jan, I found out how to get this far, I had lost quilting board, whewwww. Now to save it??? anyway this is great and I did make black eyed peas, turnip greens and salmon patties, today. I dont believe in luck, persay, just enjoy the day! blessings, Ruth
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    Black-eyed peas, cornbread, ham and a cabbage dish. Wishing everyone a prosperous and happy year.

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    We never did the blackeyed peas thing in our family. It was pork roast with saurkraut, mashed potatoes and usually another veggie. I'm hoping for a great new year but the past year wasn't so bad for us. I wish everyone a healthy, happy and prosperous new year.
    Debra

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    I fixed black eye peas with ham, fried potatoes and biscuits (canned, lol), and blue berry muffins for lunch today. Then my husband wanted pork chops and stove top dressing for supper. I started my year off on a good note, cooking twice in one day. I don't cook as much since just the two of us. lol
    Linda

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    I always have black eyed peas on New Years Day and invite my boys and their families. I enjoy watching them eat. LOL. I am also very blessed to be able to do so.

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    No black-eyed peas here. We eat herring for luck!
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