CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Black-eyed peas and cornbread are a southern tradition on New Year's Day that's said to bring good luck and prosperity for the new year.
Besides being good for you, it's a tasty way to ring in the new year.
Are you planning on eating some this year, particularly as we try to rid ourselves of bad memories of the pandemic-ravaged 2020?
Will you munching on some Texas Caviar, seasoned with a piece of fat meat or straight from the can?
Could a little good luck help everybody?
Let us know if you're grabbing for some peas this year and any other holiday traditions and resolutions you might have.
We'll share them on the air Friday morning on KRIS 6 Sunrise.