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"This recipe is really good. I substituted turkey bacon. The recipe says cook for 2 1/2 hours, but I only had to cook it for 1 hour. There are still a few more tweaks I want to try the next time I make this recipe."- Gwenanne
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*(about 2 cups) Rinse the peas and drain. Put the bacon in a heavy kettle and cook stirring until rendered of fat and browned. Add the chopped sweet pepper, onion, and celery, and cook, stirring until wilted. Add peas, vinegar, stock, salt, pepper, and dried hot peppers. Bring to a boil. Cover closely and let simmer about 1 hour stirring occasionally from the bottom. Check peas, and if necessary, add more water. Continue cooking 30 minutes. (Total cooking time is 2-1/2 hours or longer). Recipe by: Craig Claibornes Southern Cooking, 1987, p. 188 Posted to recipelu-digest Volume 01 Number 422 by Lou Parris
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Henrymiles 1 year agoInstead of bacon I used leftover ham bone I froze from Christmas. YUM!!!
Gwenanne 3 years agoThis recipe is really good. I substituted turkey bacon. The recipe says cook for 2 1/2 hours, but I only had to cook it for 1 hour. There are still a few more tweaks I want to try the next time I make this recipe.