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black-eyed bean

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black-eyed pea:

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 black-eyed pea,
or black-eyed bean,
annual legume (Vigna sinensis) of the pulse family. Introduced in the early 18th cent. from the Old World to the S United States, it has become a staple of Southern cooking and an important catch crop,
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The Company operates 91 Black-eyed Pea restaurants and 73 Denny's restaurants in the heartland of America.
To further ensure your good fortune in 2002, Black-eyed Pea restaurants are also serving "good luck" foods like turnip greens which, along with other leafy, green vegetables, represent paper currency, corn bread which brings gold in the coming year and rice which symbolizes abundance.
Don't forget that Black-eyed Pea restaurants offer take away service on Thanksgiving Day.
At the end of the second quarter of 2001, the Company owned and operated 92 Black-eyed Pea restaurants in nine states.
Phoenix Restaurant Group (formerly DenAmerica) operates full-service, family-oriented and casual dining restaurants, based primarily on the Company's own Black-eyed Pea restaurant concept and on the Denny's brand.
Dining at the Black-eyed Pea used to be as much of a tradition in Arkansas as eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day.
Fresh Black-eyed Pea Salad 3/4 cup regular-strength chicken broth
AUSTIN, Texas, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The first Black-eyed Pea Express restaurant has opened in Austin at 9041 Research Boulevard.
For Black-Eyed Pea Salad, in a large nonreactive bowl combine peas, green onions, bell pepper, tomatoes, celery and basil.
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