We were suppose to have Green Chef delivered today. It didn’t come. I need to plan meals and shop accordingly. If I stock fresh produce with no plan, I end up throwing a good deal of it away. Tonight, I wasn’t prepared. I’m also not one to load up all the kids to make a grocery run at the last minute. Thankfully, I intended to make black-eyed pea hummus for luck in the New Year and didn’t get around to it. Hopefully, we will still find luck in 2018 although superstition isn’t really my jam. I know that eating legumes and dark green leaves will make me healthy, but I’m doubtful these foods will bring me money or luck in the year to come. I hope I’m wrong!! I’ve made black-eyed pea hummus before but, I used a different recipe tonight and much to my delight, it called for an entire head of roasted garlic. In my opinion, other than butter and the way I smell, garlic makes everything better. Good think I got plenty of smelly lotions and perfume for Christmas! Here’s how to roast a head of garlic: the recipe critic. Yum!! Hummus makes a great lunch side or even main entree for adults and kids! Pair with carrot sticks, sliced naan bread, pita or even tortilla chips. Hummus is a great choice for vegetarians, packed with protein, healthy fat and fiber! Toddlers love to dip, so this recipe makes a great snack or meal addition for your little ones. Try black beans and cannellini beans for more variety.