black-eyed pea

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Synonyms for black-eyed pea

fruit or seed of the cowpea plant

sprawling Old World annual cultivated especially in southern United States for food and forage and green manure

eaten fresh as shell beans or dried

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DV), protein (14% DV), and manganese (21% DV), black-eyed peas also satisfy the appetite and help maintain a healthy weight.
Black-eyed Pea is a valued partner of ours, and this is just one small way we can both contribute and make a difference in the lives of Texas children,” said Charlie Bradbury, CEO of Nolan Ryan's All-Natural Beef.
The original Black-eyed Pea restaurants in Little Rock, Memphis, Oklahoma City and Tulsa were sold to the Dixie Cafe with the understanding that the owners would change the name.
Since ancient times, black-eyed peas have been a staple in the cuisines of Southeast Asia, India, and Aftica.
"In the South, it's black-eyed peas, pork and collard greens," Dan Varga, executive chef at Double Comfort in Columbus, Ohio, told ( the Dispatch newspaper this week.
Quilting the Black-Eyed Pea comes from Giovanni's attempt to write her way through her pain, while reconciling herself to her own mortality.
Realizing how black-eyed peas grew out at such length, I decided to train a row of them to grow up to a wire at one end of my garden.
Add the red onion, supremer orange segments, all the dressing and 1/2 cup of the cilantro to the bowl with the black-eyed peas and toss to coat evenly.
You can make black-eyed peas in a ( slowcooker , get them frozen or turn the recipe ( healthy .
With black-eyed peas, cook the peas any way you like and add a paste of miso and warm water at the end.
We got our hands on the rider for The Black Eyed Peas to find that, erm, black-eyed peas were top of their list .
It's another family restaurant, and they have wonderful fried chicken and collard greens and black-eyed peas and okra, corn, and tomatoes mixed together.
MARNI FURSE, the chef at Fettucine & Company, offers a recipe for Polenta With Rapini and Black-Eyed Peas for today's edition of The $10 Gourmet.
Reserve a few black-eyed peas for garnish and place the remaining peas in a food processor along with the parsley, lemon juice, oil, garlic, tarragon, and pepper.
But such fare as fresh lettuce and black-eyed peas may eventually replace those images.