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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Let’s Start Fresh in 2021

    January 2021
    These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas.” They get their name because of the black spot on each pea, which looks like an eye. 
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  • Black-Eyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Veggies for Winter Festivities

    December 2020
    This “New Year’s” ingredient is a must-have! Superstition rates them as the #1 ingredient to bring good luck into the New Year. These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas”. 
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Melissa’s Season’s Fresh Veggies

    November 2020
    Get ready for New Year's with this traditional legume made easy! These small beige-colored peas get their name because of the black spot on each pea, looking like an eye. 
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Starting the New Year With…

    January 2020
    These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas.” They get their name because of the black spot on each pea, which looks like an eye.
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    What’s Cooking this Month?

    November 2019
    These small beige colored peas get their name because of the black spot on each pea, looking like an eye. They were believed to have originated in North Africa where they were a staple food for Greeks and Romans. Many years later, they appeared in the “New World,” possibly brought in by Spanish explorers. 
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Let's Have a Healthy 2019

    January 2019
    These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas.” They get their name because of the black spot on each pea, which looks like an eye. 
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  • Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Holiday Cheer with the Season's Best

    December 2018
    This “new years” ingredient is a must to have! Superstition has them as the #1 ingredient to bring good luck into the New Year. These small, beige colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas”. 
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