Tag: black eyed peas
In the American South, we believe what you eat on New Year’s Day will determine your financial future for the coming year. Here are 6 traditional and non-traditional recipes from my blog. If they don’t bring you wealth, they will surely bring you health! Happy 2018!
On those rare evenings I cook only for myself, I often prefer something simple and fast – like this black eyed pea and collard green stews. It’s simple, it’s fast, it’s low fat and nutritious, it’s tasty – plus it’s vegan and gluten free!
On New Year’s Day in the South, it’s traditional to eat a meal of black eyed peas, collard or turnip greens, and cornbread. This is supposed to bring you luck and money – the peas represent coins, the greens represent folding money, and the yellow cornbread represents gold. Sometimes people from – elsewhere – make… Read More ›
Wow, what a day Saturday, May 11th is! Not only the Virtual Vegan Potluck but Charlotte’s Second Annual Vegfest! I am SOO excited!!! Thanks for stopping by to sample my Indian fusion dish. No, it’s not Indo-Chinese fusion – it’s a fusion of North India and the American South! Let me explain. I’ve had a… Read More ›