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Juneteenth (Hoppin' John) Pot Pie

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Hoppin' John was originally a Lowcountry dish before spreading throughout the South. We’ve chosen this simple, yet rich dish to celebrate our ancestors who created something from close to nothing. Rarely given much to eat in the way of animal protein, slaves resorted to utilizing the discarded meat cuts their captors deemed unworthy. Cuts we find so frequently in modern African-American cuisine, as a way to add much needed nutrition to their meager diets: ham hocks, fatback, pigs feet, pig intestines, tails and snouts. Yet from these cast offs, magic was made and a truly American cuisine was born.

Most commonly served on New Year’s Day, the black-eyed peas symbolize a coming year filled with luck, fortune and romance. During these difficult times, we could use more of all three, don’t you think? Read more about the history of Juneteenth.

Filling Ingredients: Antibiotic/hormone-free Pork, Chicken Stock, Black-eyed Peas, Onions, Antibiotic/hormone-free Smoked Pork Shank, Garlic, Chicken Stock, Celery, Tomato, Rice, Thyme, Kosher Salt, Bay Leaves, Rosemary, Parsley, Vinegar, Garlic, Spices, Gluten Free Potato Starch.

Crust Ingredients: White Flour, Butter, Water, Salt,Thyme, Turmeric, activated charcoal powder

Allergens: Wheat, Butter, Cereals Containing Gluten

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