Beans, Black Eyed Peas
Also known as cow peas or field peas, black eyed peas are a traditional dish in the American south, where they're popularly cooked with hambones or bacon and served with hot sauce. Their great flavor and chewy, snappy texture make them a terrific addition to soups, salads, and stews. Every New Year's Day, many households prepare bowls of Hoppin' John (a varying mix of rice, black eyed peas, ham or pork, onions, and hot sauce) -- there's a superstition it brings you good luck.
Each bag contains 16 oz of black eyed peas.
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