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Re: Holiday Food

In a message dated 12/26/2003 7:55:21 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Zemuly@aol.com writes:

> Our New Year's good luck meal is black-eyed peas cooked with hog jowls 
> (jawbones) for luck, collard greens with ham hocks (for money), potato 
> salad, corn 

All that sounds great to me, but in our household the tale was that the more 
black-eyed peas you ate on New Year's, the more money you would have in the 
coming year.  Ergo, the only dish served was a large pot of b-e peas.  I still 
make them every year - guess I don't eat enough, though.  Auralie

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