black-eyed bean

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black-eyed bean

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black-eyed pea:

see cowpeacowpea,
 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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Black-eyed peas practically define soul food, tantalizing Southern taste buds for more than a century in dishes like slow-cooked Hoppin' John and, partnered with collard or mustard greens, a New Year's Day tradition thought to bring good luck.
By this summer, a new Black-eyed Pea will open in the shopping strip next to Kroger's on Shackleford Road.
Well known in dried form, black-eyed peas are less familiar fresh.
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