Black-eyed peas are eaten on New Year’s for luck.
Black-eyed peas are eaten on New Year’s for luck. Krissy Krauser Garrow
Black-eyed peas are eaten on New Year’s for luck. Krissy Krauser Garrow
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Leftover Christmas ham turns into hearty Black-Eyed Peas and Ham for New Year’s

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