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DV), protein (14% DV), and manganese (21% DV), black-eyed peas also satisfy the appetite and help maintain a healthy weight.
Quilting the Black-Eyed Pea comes from Giovanni's attempt to write her way through her pain, while reconciling herself to her own mortality.
The original Black-eyed Pea restaurants in Little Rock, Memphis, Oklahoma City and Tulsa were sold to the Dixie Cafe with the understanding that the owners would change the name.
Since ancient times, black-eyed peas have been a staple in the cuisines of Southeast Asia, India, and Aftica.
In the South, it's black-eyed peas, pork and collard greens," Dan Varga, executive chef at Double Comfort in Columbus, Ohio, told (http://www.