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  • you did not say what kind of black eyed peas you use??/are they dry, or frozen?? sounds good. god bless america….

    April 05, 2014
    • Hi Henrietta,

      I used Melissa’s pre-steamed black eyed peas. But you could use any type. If you use frozen, just thaw them then follow the listed instructions. If you use dry, soak them overnight then cook them in water overnight then drain. Cook them in boiling water just until they begin to soften but aren’t mushy. Drain then follow the instructions.

      If you’ve ever seen the directions for oven roasted chickpeas, these follow the same instructions.

      Easiest thing is to buy the Melissa’s pre-cooked. You can find them at Trader Joe’s and some other higher end grocers.

      Hope you enjoy these. They’re ridiculously addicting.

      April 06, 2014
  • LOVE black-eyed peas!!!! ALWAYS eat them on New Year’s DAY for GOOD LUCK :D

    December 29, 2013
    • Hi Gigi!

      This might be a great way to eat them all day long. Maybe it will bring LOTS of luck. ;) Happy New Year!!!!

      December 29, 2013
  • Have got to try this, thinking they would be very much enjoyed! Lovely photos!

    December 29, 2013
    • Thanks Pamela! They are a truly addicting snack…and if they bring good luck in the new year, how could you not want to eat them? LOL Happy new year to you and your family!!!

      December 29, 2013
  • Black eyed peas are terrific! I’ve roasted them before, but for New Year’s I’m pretty old school – gotta have them with collard greens. ;-) But these looks wonderful – thanks.

    December 29, 2013
  • I married and moved to Tennessee to start college without ever meeting the inlaws. I met them on New Year’s Eve and when his mother said I had to eat a cup of black eyed peas or we would all suffer financially, I laughed. I told her I didn’t eat them.

    She began crying and wailing that I was going to ruin the family. One must remember to always meet the inlaws before saying I do.

    I have since learned to enjoy black eyed peas – and Creole spices would make me happy indeed. And prosperous, according to my ex MIL.

    December 29, 2013
    • Hi Maureen!

      Good thing you ate those black eyed peas back then. ;) I completely agree with you on the meeting of the in-laws. The sooner the better. LOL I didn’t marry into any of those “must eat” things…but there are others…there always are…LOL

      December 29, 2013
  • Hands down the best photograph I have seen of a dish that is notoriously impossible to photograph.

    December 28, 2013
    • Thanks Sarah!

      It’s a lot easier to photograph these when they’re roasted. They do tend to look like a bit of a slimy mess when you try to take a picture of them in a bowl of Hoppin’ John. ;)

      December 29, 2013

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