Logan Berry Heritage Farm

Let Us Help You Have Good Luck and Prosperity in 2012
Written by Organic Rose
Tuesday, 20 December 2011 14:40


Eating GREENS and BLACK- EYED PEAS on New Years Eve or New Years Day is an old Southern tratition going back as far as the Civil War. When Sherman's troops were destroying and raiding crops, they ignored the Black-Eyed Peas, thereby elevating this humble, yet nourishing, legume to a major food source for the Confederates.

Today, the tradition has evolved to represent good luck and prosperity. The PEAS represent coins and the GREENS signify paper money. For a really good year, it is suggested that you eat 365 BLACKEYED PEAS for prosperity all year long.

And, don't forget the CORN BREAD! When served with the peas and greens, it represents GOLD! (Of course, we here at LoganBerry Heritage Farm enjoy our "gold" all year long!)

We will be here on the Farm taking and filling orders for your New Year's Greens and Blackeyed Peas on Thursday and Friday, December 29 and 30 between 10 am and 4 pm. You must call ahead to place your order for pick up!


Sweet Kale, bunch $4

Collards, bunch $4

Turnip Greens, bunch $3

Heritage Winter Greens, bunch $3

Curly Mustard Greens, bunch $3

Turnips, 2 pounds $4

Blackeyed Peas, shelled & frozen, 4 cups $8


There is still SORGHUM SYRUP available. Did you try the GINGER SNAP cookies using our Sorghum? Delicious!

It is available in 1/2 Pint, Pint and Quart Jars. Not just for a hot buttered biscuit, SORGHUM can be used in recipes and hot teas. It is packed full of nutrients your body needs this winter. Save by buying a case of Pints (12) for only $95. Makes a great gift!

Contact us to place your order today!