A Southern New Year's Tradition11:15:00 AM
This tradition dates back to the Civil War as Union soldiers swept through the fields and took all the crops and livestock only to leave the peas and greens thinking they were fit for animal feed. The peas are what kept families from starvation during the war and the tradition of eating them on the New Year was born.
It’s said that you should eat 365, but who’s going to count each one? We simply pass the bowl around the table so we can all get a whopping helping. Cheers to you and your family as we start a new beginning!
What New Year’s traditions do you partake in?