Gullah Food Festival, North Carolina: In the middle of a field, tables are set up to serve food. The specialties are a combination of low country cuisine (shrimp, grits, she-crab soup) and soul food (collard greens, red rice, beans or black-eyed peas and smothered pork chops.
The KONG Camo Wubba is a fun, interactive toss and tug toy. Durable reinforced nylon fabric covers two balls a tennis ball on top and a squeaker ball beneath. Dogs love to squeak the Wubba and shake th
Traditionally eaten on New Years Day for good luck and prosperity this easy twist on Hoppin' John uses kale or collard greens, black eyed peas, rotel, and smoked sausage. Don't mess with superstition or tradition! Get the New Year started right!
Good Luck Foods and What NOT to Eat on New Year's Day
Black-Eyed Pea, Ham, and Collard Greens Soup (Hopping John Soup) won't win any beauty contests, but this delicious and healthy soup might bring you good luck in the new year. I've been making it for years; my favorite New Year's Day Tradition!
Black Eyed Pea and Smoked Sausage Soup. It is a Southern tradition to eat black eyed peas on New Years. Eating black eyed peas is supposed to bring you good luck in the new year. I need all the luck I can get, so I always eat black eyed peas.