Hoppin' John or New Years Day black eyed peas!
Good Luck Black Eyed Peas
Nian gao or ‘sticky cake’ is eaten at Chinese New Year for good luck. When cooked, the cake has a similar consistency to Japanese mochi balls, and then after pan-frying in egg it transforms into the most delicious eggy ‘br
A step by step recipe to make Mooncake, a traditional Chinese dessert! Try it!
Black-eyed Pea Soup with Thyme—flavored with bacon and white wine, it's good luck on New Year's Day and just plain good all winter long
Black-Eyed Pea Soup with Collards and Ham Hocks from Falling Off the Bone by Jean Anderson
Japanese red beans and sticky rice with sesame to celebrate the new year.
Simple Black-eyed Pea Salad for good luck in 2010.
Apples with Lucky Sayings, and other fun fruits for Chinese New Year
A New Year birthday, some lucky food and a moist slice of grain free lemon and almond cake. Perfect.
colorful and so insanely fresh with taste black-eyed pea salad
There still could be time to get in your lucky New Year foods--Good Luck Succohash
Hoppin' John is eaten on New Year's Day. Each black eyed pea represents a day of good luck in the coming year.
Lentil Salad to bring money and luck in 2009