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Black-Eyed Bean Chili with Cornbread and Wild Texas Guajillo Honey Butter — Edible Aria
More commonly known as black-eyed peas, this subspecies of the cowpea found its way to the Virginias via the West Indies in the the 1600’s before becoming an important Texas crop following the American Revolution. Extremely high in protein and minerals, black-eyed beans remain culturally important throughout the American South.. For the Cornbread 1 1/2 … Continue reading Black-Eyed Bean Chili with Cornbread and Wild Texas Guajillo Honey Butter