Yield: 1 servings
|\N \N||Cook enough black-eyed peas|
|\N \N||With hog jowls until they|
|\N \N||Are tender. Cook|
|\N \N||Cup of rice for every 2 or 3|
|\N \N||Hungry people. Stire the|
|\N \N||Rice and peas|
|\N \N||Together and serve.|
Some folks add tomatoes, some add okra, but whatever else you add, if it has rice and peas, it then has to be called by it's White Trash name of Hoppin' John.
Always eaten on New Year's Day, with the more you eat, the more good luck you will have in the coming year. Kaye Kay states "That's common knowledge. You can make it out of crowder, field or cow peas." Origin: Adapted from White Trash Cooking. Shared by: Sharon Stevens, April/95.
From: Sharon Stevens Date: 04-03-95 (164) Fido: Home Co