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Eliza Dewey

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The Geography of The Hoppin' John Black Eyed Pea Bacon Rice Green
Pepper Onion Also Included:
- Olive Oil
- Vinegar
- Chicken Broth
- Celery What is a Hoppin' John? YUM Where Did it Come From? Many have postulated the origin... The mixture of dried peas, rice, and pork was introduced by Southern slaves.

The dish originated in the Low Country of South Carolina. Where in the World? Back to Ancient Times... Where in the World? Now at your local Giant or Wegmans! Making a Hoppin' John... Step 1: Purchase all ingredients Bacon can be substituted Canned peas are sufficient STOP! Show me the money! Ingredient Cost Comparisons "Lean, Green Machine" Method And Prepared Ingredients "Keep it Quick and Cheap" Method GO ORGANIC Toronto, Canada Hanover, PA Modena, Italy Rome, Italy $1.69 $1.69 $0.65 $6.29 $2.89 $2.99 $1.99 $6.99 $5.49 $3.99 $0.65 $3.99 $6.99 $7.29 $15.99 $2.29 Disclaimer: The Organic Method is more taxing on your wallet! Step 2: Follow A Recipe! COURTESY EMERIL LAGASSE Delray Beach, FL Northfield, IL Rancho Dominiguez, CA Vidalia, GA Heat oil in a large soup pot, add the ham
hock (or bacon) and sear on all sides for 4 minutes. Add the onion, celery, green pepper, and garlic, cook for 4 minutes. Add the black-eyed peas, chicken stock, bay leaves, thyme, and seasonings. Bring to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for
30-40 minutes, or until the peas are creamy and tender, stir occasionally. If the liquid evaporates, add more water or chicken stock. Garnish with green onions. Serve over rice. Chicken Stock Celery Carrot Add What?: Delving Deeper into Chicken Stock Onions Parsley Leftover or Raw Skin from a Cooked or Raw Chicken Carcass From There to Here: Food Miles of the Dish 4672.61 miles 4414.61 miles 2627.80
miles Modena, Italy Rome, Italy Rancho Dominiguez, California 1129.90
miles Delray
Florida Vidalia,
Georgia 749.30
miles 688.9
miles Northfield,
Illinois Toronto, Canada 400.7
miles 51.0
miles Hanover, PA You Are Here
Hershey, PA International California Within the United States VS. International Ingredients Florida Georgia Pennsylvania Illinois Italy Canada Within USA Preparation Instructions! Need a Little Help?
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