like most folks, black eyed peas are a staple in our family around the new year. i mean, if eating some of them will bring us good luck, then what do we have to lose? this year i made my mom’s famous black eyed pea dip for phillip and me, and my brother kyle decided he needed some for his household as well. he was following the recipe i posted a few years ago and recorded and shared his very own black eyed pea making experience for us all to enjoy. i love this post because in it kyle sounds so much like our father milo; a fact that simply cannot be denied. like father like son! 😀
“When preparing the Italian dressing mix, you notice the directions call for vinegar, but they don’t specify the type of vinegar. Call Kelsey to get her recommendation, which is white vinegar. Pray you have white vinegar in your pantry; prayer answered.
When preparing the Italian dressing mix, you notice the directions call for oil, but they don’t specify the type of oil. Call Kelsey, again, to get her recommendation, which is vegetable oil. Pray you have vegetable oil in your pantry; prayer answered. Good Seasons company, please make the font on your packaging a little smaller and include these details!
Spend about 2 seconds opening the jar of pimentos. I suppose the packaging company decided that whole zombie apocalypse was much ado about nothing.
Do the choppin’ and transfer all the ingredients using the new bench scraper your mom got you for Christmas. Thanks, Mom!
Stand back and admire all the work you’ve put in. Make sure to sample but resist the urge to eat the entire bowl in one sitting. You need to share with family and friends when the clock strikes midnight!”