Black-eyed Peas & Andouille Sausage (via Sweet & Savory Kitchens)

Black-eyed Peas & Andouille Sausage Aunt Suzy says . . . . I did not grow up eating black-eyed peas, but am glad to have learned about them from friends who grew up in the South!  Black-eyed peas are packed with nutrients – high in potassium, iron, protein and fiber – and as an added bonus they have a delicious taste and meaty texture.  "Peas" is a misnomer since they are actually legumes related to the mung bean.   They are a Southern staple, but you don't need to be from the Sout … Read More

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