Hoppin John - add some southern luck and prosperity to your new year
Vegan Hoppin' John.
Hoppin' John Risotto with Collard Pesto
A hearty and healthy black-eyed peas dish made with smoke ham and vegetables and served over rice.
Folklore has it that Blackeye Peas (actually legumes, or beans) represent coins and encourage prosperity for the coming year.
Use up that leftover holiday ham in this delicious and healthy salad! Spicy Hoppin' John Salad
Hoppin' John - a traditional Southern recipe.
Hoppin' John made with Heirloom Carolina Gold Rice and Sea Island Red Peas
Even if you didn't make Hopping John Soup for New Year's Day, it's not too late to make it and get some luck in the New year!
Hoppin' John - to ensure a prosperous New Year!
Hoppin' John is eaten on New Year's Day. Each black eyed pea represents a day of good luck in the coming year.