Hoppin John, a traditional southern dish enjoyed each year on New Year’s Day, is made of black-eyed peas, rice, and flavored with pork. | shewearsmanyhats.com
Slow Cooker Hoppin John
Recipe: Slow Cooker Hoppin’ John Summary: Happy New Year! Don’t forget a favorite Southern tradition that will ensure luck in the year to come. Black-eyed peas have been part of New Year’s celebrations in the South since the Civil War and symbolize good luck. For all of us on our healthy eating resolutions, these tasty …
A classic Southern dish to celebrate New Year's. The black-eyed peas are for good fortune in the coming year. ~ SimplyRecipes.com
Hoppin' John Recipe. Made with Black-eyed peas, rice, and collard greens.
Skillet Hoppin' John
Traditional New Year's Day Hoppin' John - start your year off with a bit of Southern luck! Recipe at OatandSesame.com
Hoppin' John from The Pioneer Woman. http://punchfork.com/recipe/Hoppin-John-The-Pioneer-Woman
Southern Hoppin' John
Southern Hoppin' John Recipe -This is a quick and easy side dish that will become a favorite of your family.—Anne Creech, Kinston, North Carolina
How to make Hoppin' John in under 30 minutes.
Hoppin' John Skillet
Hoppin' John Skillet Recipe - A classic Southern dish with black eyed peas, ham and rice, traditionally served on New Year's Day for good fortune in the coming year.