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SavorSA Shares New Year’s Luck on ‘Great Day SA’

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Bonnie Walker and John Griffin of SavorSA appeared on the Monday edition of “Great Day SA” to share stories of New Year’s traditions.

They spoke with guest host Paul Mireles about how various cultures serve greens, such as cabbage or kale, as a symbol of wealth (cabbage, in fact, was once a slang term for money), while black-eyed peas and carrot coins are also considered a harbinger of prosperity because of their monetary shape.

Recipes for ringing in the new year include Jalapeño Black-eyed Peas With Ham Hocks, Carrot Coins With Honey and Dill, and Cabbage With Dill Butter and Bacon.

Black-eyed peas

Recipe: Jalapeño Black-eyed Peas With Ham Hocks

Carrot coins are a sign of good luck on New Year's.

Recipe: Carrot Coins With Honey and Dill

Boil the cabbage until tender.

Recipe: Cabbage with Dill Butter and Bacon

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