BLACK HISTORY 365 + CULTURE

Why Black People Eat Black-Eyed Peas To Celebrate The New Year

Adding a little bit of history to your new years' pot

Black-eyed peas | Photo Credit | The Wanderlust Kitchen

As with any good food story, the history of black-eyed peas is intricately tied to the culture we share. Black people and many other Southerners eat Black-eyed peas on New Year's Eve for good luck…

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Allison Gaines

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