How to cook fresh black eyed peas (video)
The local markets are flooded with fresh produce and gardens abundant with summer produce, from summer squash and zucchini to vine ripe tomatoes and black eyed peas. There is nothing better than a bowl of fresh black eyed peas with your meal, and they have little resemblance to the mealy brown ones. Easy to grow, black eyed pea plants Florida’s sandy soil. If you are lucky enough to have some of these in your garden or find some in a roadside stand, enjoy! Here’s a quick video on how to cook fresh black eyed peas. Add a teaspoon of bacon grease or chopped cooked bacon to the boiling water for added southern-style flavor.