blackeye bean

blackeye bean

[′blak‚ī ¦bēn]
(botany)
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Carolina's Restaurant in Charleston, S.C., features Southern fusion cooking that utilizes traditional Southern foods in exciting new dishes, including blackeye bean cakes and shiitake mushrooms with smoked onion and red pepper sauce.
javanica by at least half, compared with Rk-type commercial blackeye bean cultivars (Roberts et al., 1992; Ehlers et al., 1996).
PULSES-CANNED (RED/WHITE BEANS, CHICKPEAS, BORTOLLI BEANS, BUTTER BEANS, FLAGEOLET BEANS, HARICOT BEANS, BLACKEYE BEANS, BLACK TURTLE BEANS, BLACK TURTLE BEANS, ADZUKI BEANS, PINTO BEANS)
Now, lower the heat and add a tin of chopped tomatoes and a tin each of drained kidney beans and blackeye beans. Give it a thorough stir with a magic spoon.
Current California cultivars of blackeye beans (CB46, CB88 and CB5) carry the nematode resistance gene Rk that confers strong resistance to common strains of Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and White) root-knot nematode.
PULSES-CANNED (Red/White Kidney Beans, Chickpeas, Bortolli Beans, Butter Beans, Flageolet Beans, Haricot Beans, Blackeye Beans, Black Turtle Beans, Adzuki Beans, Pinto Beans)
PULSES-CANNED (Red/White Kidney Beans, Chickpeas, Bort[degrees]Ili Beans, Butter Beans, Flageolet Beans, Haricot Beans, Blackeye Beans, Black Turtle Beans, Adzuki Beans, Pinto Beans)