Create your own good fortune for the New Year’s by cooking collards, a sweet potato, and black-eyed peas all in one pot. It costs only $2.14 per serving using organic ingredients! How does it work? Black-eyed peas surround a halved sweet potato at the bottom of a pot. After awhile, collards join in, kept above […]
Cook fresh black-eyed peas with fire-roasted tomatoes, summer squash, garlic, and tarragon for Southern stew with a French twist. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free.