After the challenges and tribulations of 2020, it’s a good bet that more people will be sure to eat their black-eyed peas for luck on New Year’s Day.

Upping the day’s consumption of New Year’s staples like black-eyed peas, greens and a bit of the bubbly might be easier if the old standards weren’t quite so old and were a little less standard. We’re ringing in 2021, so why cook the day’s dishes like it’s 1921?

Bernice Torregrossa:

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