Queen of soul food. They're real good. www.slyviassoulfood.com. Try all of Sylvia's Soul-Satisfying Selections! Stop by your local market and pick up the fixin's for a true southern meal. Growing up in South Carolina, we ate lots of beans and peas. For New Year's we always ate Hoppin' John made with black eye peas and rice for good luck. In fact, when I'm asked to describe soul food, my first response is black eye peas (followed by collard greens, fried chicken and barbecue). You can serve my Black Eye Peas as a side dish or like I do in a cold salad with chopped summer vegetables and dressing. Please enjoy all my soul satisfying sauces, seasoned greens, spices and mixes or stop by my restaurant. We'll have a table waiting for you. - Love, Sylvia. Already cooked. Heat and eat.
Blackeye Peas, Water, Monosodium Glutamate, Salt, Dehydrated Onion, Sugar, Spices, Natural Flavors, Natural Smoke Flavor, Chicken Fat and Disodium EDTA (to Preserve Color).
Allergen: May Contain: peanuts.