|A Slice of Kentucky|
|by Cookbook Ladies|
A Slice of Kentucky shares recipes from Southern ladies who love to cook and entertain with ease.
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Rinse split peas ... to boil. Add ham bone, celery, 1 ... the sherry, pepper and remaining 2 tablespoons parsley. Heat through, and serve immediately. .
Rinse the beans ... a large meaty ham bone or ham hocks, onions, celery, ... leftover ham, it may be cubed and added to the soup during the last 15 minutes.
This recipe was ... prosciutto has been sliced. An additional ... freshly grated Parmesan cheese as an option. This soup tastes even better the next day!
Wash and pick over beans carefully to remove any stones that may have gotten into the bag during the harvesting process. Cover beans with water and ...
Bring to boil hocks, peas with ... May need to thin with some water when re-heating. You can also add dried mushrooms at beginning of process if you like.
Wash black eyed peas and soak over night. Wash neck bones and par-boil. Drain black eyed peas and place all remaining ingredients in a deep pot and ...
In a deep ... liquid. Add the ham rind and bone, ... soup and remove from the stove. Stir in the chopped eggs and add a thin slice of lemon to each serving.
Simmer stock with ham hock for 1 hour. ... add stock to soup. Season with salt and pepper and garnish with bacon, crumbled, and chopped parsley. Serves 8.
Place ham hocks in kettle and ... salad and rolls for a full dinner. NOTE: If you are watching fat intake, substitute lean cubed ham in place of ham hocks.
Place black beans ... pressure cooker. Add ham hock or bacon, salt, ... soak beans overnight and cook slowly until tender. Add olive oil towards the end.
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