Eating black-eyed peas can bring good fortune, according to Southern tradition. Start your year out right with this vegetarian recipe for Black-Eyed Peas and Greens. You can replace the collards with kale, as we did here.
Chinese New Year is more than firecrackers, parades, and dancing dragons. It’s also a time when friends and family gather to celebrate ancient culinary traditions that are as scrumptious as they are symbolic.
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Celebrate the start of the Year of the Rat on February 7, 2008, with this festive menu. Don’t forget to wish your guests a happy new year by saying “Kung Hei Fat Choi!” which means “Wishing you prosperity” in Cantonese.
At only 15, Haile Thomas is an enthusiastic advocate for plant-based eating. It all started when her father was diagnosed with diabetes and the whole family decided to cook and eat more healthfully. Through her website, cooking classes, TV appearances and work with Sweetleaf Stevia Sweeteners, Haile inspires kids and adults to eating nutritious, delicious, plant-based food.