Split Pea Soup: a Holiday Favorite

I'm not sure where the split pea soup comes in but I'm assured that Christmas Eve dinner wouldn't be complete without it. I was introduced to the tradition in 1997, when my future husband invited me over for the family dinner on Christmas Eve.

What I love about this recipe is that it is rooted here in the Hill Country with a dash of Louisiana and The Netherlands for fun. It ain't called globe trotter's split pea soup for nothing, y'all. I first started making this recipe using the

I don't know about all you other “BROKE Santas” out there, but here in our household it's lookin like it might just be soup…for a while!! LOL! We hope you guys enjoy them, and in the same breath, let's take a minute or so to wish every one of you a…

Season. Ladle soup into bowls, garnish with peas and a drizzle of cream, then serve with bread. Ham hocks are available from delis and butchers. You'll need to soak the split peas overnight. ' London peculiar ' pea soup.

Season. Ladle soup into bowls, garnish with peas and a drizzle of cream, then serve with bread. Ham hocks are available from delis and butchers. You'll need to soak the split peas overnight. ' London peculiar ' pea soup.