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Keeping with Tradition

Keeping with Tradition

Traditional New Year’s Day

No new year should start without a heaping plate of hoppin’ john and collard greens. Here’s all you need for a shopping list that includes health, prosperity, and good luck in 2021.

Black Eyed Peas One-Pot Meal

From Camellia Brand Beans of New Orleans, Louisiana


Collard Greens with Smoked Ham Hocks and Pickled Collard Green Stems

From Soul by Todd Richards of Atlanta, Georgia


Classic Hoppin’ John

From Ronnie Holt, Mary Mac’s Tea Room of Atlanta, Georgia


Moss Family Cornbread

By Robert F. Moss of Charleston, South Carolina

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