Snap up some of our favorite recipes for field peas. With so many varieties, the options are endless!
Nothing says summer like fresh field peas from the farmer's market. Be sure to snap up these favorite recipes for Hoppin'
John, Succotash, and Black-Eyed Pea Salad.
Peppery watercress fills in for traditional greens, and fresh peaches, cilantro, and black-eyed peas add fresh flair.
Crowder peas, also known as cowpeas, are hearty and packed with protein. Combined with sweet corn, chopped onions, and bell
peppers, they make a great addition to this popular Southern side dish. Serve at a family barbecue or picnic on a warm summer
Quick and easy to make, these tasty appetizers feature polenta rounds topped with a warm mixture of black-eyed peas, diced
tomatoes, and finely chopped onions. Before serving add a dollop of light sour cream and fresh cilantro.
Use those delicious heirloom tomatoes in a salad tossed with fresh lady peas, goat cheese, basil, and a lemon-herb dressing.This
is a perfect cool, summer salad.
This Carolina Lowcountry dish pairs black-eyed peas with rice. The rice and beans are cooked slowly with bacon, fatback, or
ham hock along with onion and salt.
Serve this warm black-eyed dip atop cornbread crackers for a unique regional pairing.
Nothing is quite as Southern, or as summery, as Hoppin' John. Serve it atop white cheddar cheese grits and you've got a truly
satisfying Southern dish.
This colorful salad is as good as it looks! Made with black-eyed peas, pimientos, mushrooms, and bacon, you can eat this plain
or serve it with chips for plenty of scooping.
This dish truly does have peas o' plenty—black eyed peas, purple hull peas, crowder peas, and butter peas. Pick them up at
your farmer's market for a great summer side.
Try this fresh take on Hoppin' John with fresh mint, parsley, and jalapeño peppers. It's the perfect side for any summer dish.