This easy and delicious recipe is sure to bring you luck this year!

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Panzanella Salad

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Dear Friend of Sustainable Food Center,

It’s a well-known tradition to eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s for good luck. But did you know this tradition has roots dating back 1,500 years to Jewish and African cultures? If this custom is new to you, we’ve got you covered with an affordable and delicious recipe to bring you luck and prosperity for the year to come.

Click here to make our Panzanella Salad with Black-eyed Peas »

As you spend the day preparing your New Year's black-eyed peas, won't you take a moment and give a gift to Sustainable Food Center?

Your final gift this year ensures that, together, we will be able to support the health of our community and our environment in the New Year to come. Your gift supports:

  • School gardens that offer children (and adults!) opportunities to grow food and discover how delicious and fun eating fresh fruits and vegetables can be.
  • Local, sustainable farmers who are growing the freshest, healthiest food for you to put on your table at home.
  • Free community cooking classes where people come together to learn skills and self-sufficiency in preparing healthy, economical meals.

Please, give one last tax-deductible gift this year to support a healthy future for Central Texas.


Ronda Rutledge, Executive Director

Ronda Rutledge
Ronda Rutledge,
Executive Director

P.S. Not in the mood for panzanella? No problem! Check out our Pinterest board for even more recipes »

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