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Sola's New Year's Soup

Sola's New Year's Soup

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"Start the New Year off with a good-luck bowl of this hearty soup made with black beans, black-eyed peas, bell pepper strips, corn, prepared salsa, chili powder, and rice. " — by Sola 
Vasilopita

Vasilopita

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"The Vasilopita is a Greek New Year's Bread. This batter yeast bread is a sweet and spicy delight." — by ANNAV 
Hearty Hoppin' John Stew

Hearty Hoppin' John Stew

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"Simmer up a skillet of sausage, brown and wild rice, and Cajun-seasoned black-eyed peas this New Year's Day and enjoy good luck all year." — by *~Lissa~* 
Melissa's Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Melissa's Black-Eyed Pea Salad

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"A simple and lightly sweet vinaigrette dresses this vegetable-laden black-eyed pea salad. Make it the day before so the flavors can mingle." — by Melissa 
Hoppin' John in the Summertime

Hoppin' John in the Summertime

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"A hearty Low Country stew is transformed into a Southern summer salad. Long grain and wild rice, black-eyed peas, peppers, and fresh crabmeat are tossed in a simple lemon, olive oil, and parsley dressing." — by Sophie 
Wilted Collards

Wilted Collards

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"Collard greens are cooked with bacon creating a hearty side dish even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy." — by Kim 
Vegan Caribbean Stew

Vegan Caribbean Stew

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"A warming, savory stew of collard greens and okra is seasoned with the rich flavors of the Caribbean." — by stronglive1 
Delilah's Wicked Twelve Alarm Chili

Delilah's Wicked Twelve Alarm Chili

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"Not for the faint of heart, this sizzling hot chili is made with 12 kinds of bell and chili peppers, from Anaheim to jalapeno, habanero and cayenne, plus ground beef, spicy pork sausage, kidney beans, chili beans, and black-eyed peas." — by Mama Delilah 
Super Bean Pie

Super Bean Pie

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"A blend of Great Northern beans, garbanzo beans, navy beans, black beans, black-eyed peas, lentils, pinto beans, and kidney beans fill this legume lover's treat." — by TaurusChefNYC 
Black-Eyed Pea and Jalapeno Salsa

Black-Eyed Pea and Jalapeno Salsa

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"Black-eyed peas inspired this fast and flavorful salsa that mixes pimentos, mushrooms, celery, onion, and pickled jalapeno peppers. Serve it with tortilla chips or pita crisps to make a zesty appetizer." — by Amy E. 
Easy Japanese-Style Vegan Collard Greens

Easy Japanese-Style Vegan Collard Greens

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"Collard greens are seasoned with Japanese gomasio, sesame seed oil, and mirin for a fresh approach to this nutritious green." — by STRYDER256 
Tangy Cowboy Caviar

Tangy Cowboy Caviar

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"This cowboy caviar is loaded with corn, beans, and bell peppers and tossed in a simple marinade for a colorful salad topping or side dish." — by Dan Ader 
Cauliflower Sheep

Cauliflower Sheep

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"Play with your food and make adorable cauliflower sheep using cauliflower florets, olives, raisins, and black-eyed peas." — by Allrecipes 
New Year's Soup

New Year's Soup

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"Black-eyed peas and collard greens are traditional foods to eat on New Year's Day for luck and money, and both are found in this hearty soup." — by SaraRuth 
Zesty Hoppin John Salad

Zesty Hoppin John Salad

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"Black-eyed peas and colorful vegetables with an easy lemon juice and balsamic vinegar dressing make a pretty salad to serve as is or over romaine lettuce leaves." — by Gumaraid 
Quick Collard Greens

Quick Collard Greens

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"Sweet potato is a surprise addition to this quick collard green side dish." — by rohini 
New Year's Black-Eye Pea Dip

New Year's Black-Eye Pea Dip

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"Multiply your chances for good luck in the coming year by serving this creamy, cheesy dip made with black-eyed peas. It takes just minutes to put together. Serve with tortilla chips or corn chips." — by ltrevin1 
Cold Black-Eyed Peas and Corn

Cold Black-Eyed Peas and Corn

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"This tasty salad doubles as a dip for your favorite tortilla chips. Canned black-eyed peas and corn make it super easy to toss together." — by Anne 
Black-Eyed Pea Bratwurst Stew

Black-Eyed Pea Bratwurst Stew

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"Hot wing sauce gives this sausage and black-eyed pea stew a spicy kick." — by kimberly 
GlendaLee's Black-Eye Pea Salad

GlendaLee's Black-Eye Pea Salad

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"A couple tablespoons of vinegar adds the right amount of zing in this black-eyed pea and cabbage salad." — by glendalee 
 
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