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2007/12/27 13:01:59 (permalink)

Main Meal New Years Day

Roasted boneless leg of lamb with rosemary and garlic
Roasted potatoes, carrots
White rice
Salad
Banana Cream Pie.

What are you making...with recipes please? Happy New Year
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    the grillman
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 13:05:36 (permalink)
    Brunch for the Cotton Bowl (go Mizzou) will be

    Bloody Mary’s
    Baked Egg Casserole
    Fresh fruit salad

    Supper will be

    Hopping John
    Cornbread

    Probably ice cream for dessert.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 16:15:06 (permalink)
    Bone-in Pork loin, Sauerkraut with Apples, caraway seeds white wine, a little thin sliced onion and a crushed clove of garlic all cooked in a crockpot. Serve with Mashed Potatoes.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 16:23:38 (permalink)
    Definitely Bloody Marys in the morning.

    It's a tradition here to have black eyed peas for luck and greens for prosperity in the coming year - so for lunch we'll have that along with breaded pork chops, slow fried potatoes and cornbread.

    Then late at night we'll have shrimp four ways: cocktail, grilled, stuffed and scampi.

    And of course football all day long.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 16:29:00 (permalink)
    Rack of Lamb Genghis Khan
    For marinade
    1 cup finely chopped onions
    2 tablespoons garlic, minced
    3 tablespoons lemon juice
    Half cup honey
    3 tablespoons curry powder
    1and half teaspoons cayenne
    2 teaspoons mustard powder
    2 teaspoons black pepper
    2 tablespoons salt
    1 cup water
    Combine all
    For lamb
    3 racks of lamb (8 ribs each), trimmed and silverskin removed
    1 cup hoisin sauce (found in Asian specialty shops)
    Lamb marinade
    Place lamb and marinade in plastic bag, tie and refrigerate for 48 hours, turning occasionally. Remove lamb and let stand for one hour at room temperature. Brush with hoisin sauce. Place on rack in shallow roasting pan and roast at 450 degrees F. Until internal temp reaches 125 for rare, longer to taste. Let rest 6 minutes before carving. Enjoy......Russ
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 16:45:54 (permalink)
    Big time eatin here in southern New Mexico. Kick off the day with a big pot of coffee, heated english muffins topped with poached eggs, spinach and Herdez salsa,sopaillas and honey.Bloody Mary time. Football time, switch to Coors Light.For snacks,hot links,cheese,Hummus, crackers and pickles. The big deal will be a pot of posole and tortillas, pot of blackeyed peas,cornbread,butter and molasses.Thats about it.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 16:46:16 (permalink)
    Ham
    Yams
    Greens
    Blackeyed Peas
    Devilled Eggs
    Macaroni and Cheese
    Cornbread
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 17:03:54 (permalink)
    Matilda, we could scrap our New Mexican plans, drive to your place for New Years, maybe a couple extra days. We could bum a night or two with my family in Tennessee and another night or two with Nancy's family in Dallas. If you could toss in a few ham sandwiches for the road and a little gas money this might work.
    Your menu makes this old born and raised southern boy drool!
    Oh, how about some shrimp and grits for breakfast?
    Hope I'm not being pushy.

    Wishing you and yours a healthy and happy 2008!
    rouxdog
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 17:13:28 (permalink)
    Brunch of a full dressed breakfast pizza and a bloody mary or two.
    Dinner/Supper will be a couple dozen tamales smothered in chili with onions, cheese, and peppers, a pot of pintos and a pan of cornbread. Maybe some ice cream to help ease it along.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 17:42:51 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Foodbme

    Bone-in Pork loin, Sauerkraut with Apples, caraway seeds white wine, a little thin sliced onion and a crushed clove of garlic all cooked in a crockpot. Serve with Mashed Potatoes.


    We'll be having the same but with the addition of kielbasa cooked with the kraut, applesauce made in the fall and frozen for the occasion, and beverages by Yuengling. We add tomato juice to the sauerkraut, in addition to the other ingredients above.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 22:42:21 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by rouxdog

    Matilda, we could scrap our New Mexican plans, drive to your place for New Years, maybe a couple extra days. We could bum a night or two with my family in Tennessee and another night or two with Nancy's family in Dallas. If you could toss in a few ham sandwiches for the road and a little gas money this might work.
    Your menu makes this old born and raised southern boy drool!
    Oh, how about some shrimp and grits for breakfast?
    Hope I'm not being pushy.

    Wishing you and yours a healthy and happy 2008!
    rouxdog


    Sounds marvelous! Not pushy at all!! There'll be plenty of ham for sandwiches!! Shrimp and grits? NO PROBLEM!!
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 23:11:35 (permalink)
    Pork roast w/gravy
    Rice
    Blackeyed peas
    Okra w/stewed tomatoes
    Green beans w/bacon and onion
    Cornbread
    Celery sticks stuffed w/pimento cheese, some w/peanut butter
    Lemon meringue pie (homemade)
    Banana pudding (homemade)



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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 23:13:45 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by rouxdog

    Big time eatin here in southern New Mexico. Kick off the day with a big pot of coffee, heated english muffins topped with poached eggs, spinach and Herdez salsa,sopaillas and honey.Bloody Mary time. Football time, switch to Coors Light.For snacks,hot links,cheese,Hummus, crackers and pickles. The big deal will be a pot of posole and tortillas, pot of blackeyed peas,cornbread,butter and molasses.Thats about it.

    We live in Albuquerque. We're Irish, so corned beef and cabbage is often what's served. The other dishes associated with New Year's Day around here include posole (usually with red chile) and menudo (a hangover cure supposedly).

    Finally, there are snacks during the football games, usually hot wings, chips, and so forth.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/27 23:33:59 (permalink)
    TACOS! New Years Eve will be either cob smoked duck or pheasant my sister sent me, along with my homemade dressing from hell.. But New Years Day will be tacos, either made from venison or ground chuck. Still plotting here.. Thats if the snow dont take out my schedule again and end up plowing snow all day.

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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/28 00:27:42 (permalink)
    Hoppin' John with chunks of ham and the ham bone I froze from Christmas dinner
    Rice
    Cabbage
    Deviled Eggs
    Cornbread
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/28 15:09:56 (permalink)
    crudite, brushetta, dips
    lobster ravioli with white wine/butter sauce
    scallops wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon

    new year's day: leftovers!
    (if there aren't any leftovers, it'll be pbj's - i'm on strike that day!)

    happy holidays everyone!
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/28 17:47:13 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BhamBabe

    Hoppin' John with chunks of ham and the ham bone I froze from Christmas dinner
    Rice
    Cabbage
    Deviled Eggs
    Cornbread


    This:
    Beer, hot wings, fried loins, hoppin john, smuthard cabage, Mexican cornbread Cajun style, pecan pie & maybe smoked ribs
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 07:05:46 (permalink)
    I have to work so it will probably be a hot dog and a coke.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 08:18:06 (permalink)
    roasted pork loin with sauerkraut, cabbage and apples....mashed potatoes,carrots and leaks whipped really smooth. Oh and brut champagne with my crudite. Fabulousoyster.....what do you put on your white rice? Happy New Year to all.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 09:29:20 (permalink)
    pulled pork- slow cooked and delicious, black eyed peas- southern style, served with corn bread, cole slaw, and for dessert- homemade NY Italian style cheesecake.
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 12:43:54 (permalink)
    Gosh, everyones menu sounds fantastic!!I am not sure yet what we will be having,but I think the days eats will be surrounding a big pan of lasagna..
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 23:47:22 (permalink)
    Annie, Lasagna is great! maybe a salad and some bread? I'm kinda partial to that Caesar thing with them little salty fishes,olives and Feta Cheese. If I get a quick"come on up", That sure lightens the load when Nancy gets home in about an hour and sees I really haven't cleaned the house the week she's been gone. Just look at the wonderful options I could humbly offer. "Dear, how about to the Carolina's with Matilda or perhaps to Wisconsin with Annie, or we can stay here and have some posole and tortillas, I'll cook". I'm heading to bed and covering my head!
    Over and out,
    Rouxdog
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/29 23:55:17 (permalink)
    My New Years Day Grub !!!


    Chuck Roast with Gravy
    Collard Greens with Jowl
    Black Eyed Peas
    Cornbread Dressing
    Cranberry Sauce
    Rolls
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 00:59:07 (permalink)
    Cider-brined center cut boneless pork loin chops
    hoppin john (made with bacon)
    creamed spinich (never quite GOT collards)
    my own pickled fresh peaches
    (homegrown) corn pudding

    ....health, wealth, luck, prosperity on a plate AND fresh corn pudding! ; )

    My mom used to hide a dime under each plate, I know not why.....
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 01:23:06 (permalink)
    New York City area, I'll be at my parents house for afternoon brunch.

    menu will be Bagels
    Cream Cheese
    Smoked Salmon
    Whitefish
    Coffee Cake or Babka
    Mimosas
    possibly some other snacks also
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 01:33:04 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by annpeeples

    Gosh, everyones menu sounds fantastic!!I am not sure yet what we will be having,but I think the days eats will be surrounding a big pan of lasagna..

    Lasagna will work! Just toss a little garlic bread on the side..
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 01:50:11 (permalink)
    All of those meals sound horrible. They probably will look like maggots and will be served on dirty plates.

    Just thought I'd save a few other posters the trouble of posting.

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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 02:06:26 (permalink)
    Well, that beats the bitterness of collards and pot-licker ; )
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 02:32:23 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by saps

    All of those meals sound horrible. They probably will look like maggots and will be served on dirty plates.

    Just thought I'd save a few other posters the trouble of posting.



    Issues?
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    RE: Main Meal New Years Day 2007/12/30 04:19:38 (permalink)
    Consider this a love letter!

    I'm glad someone opened this thread. We don't quite fit, and yet the Old Broad and I are pretty standard old-fashioned Southerners.

    We'll probably do something with black-eyed peas flavored with ham, onions, red pepper flakes, and garlic. Cabbage or collard greens flavored with ham, onions, etc. on the side will work well.

    But, given all that, the really important thing is that we'll sit around the hearth, or fireplace, or coffee table, and talk and chat and generally enjoy some prime quiet time with the people we love, which of course includes you and yours. Because, after all, being with the people we love is far and away the most important thing in our lives. And if it isn't the most important thing in your lives, you might reconsider your priorities.

    We do love you, y'know.

    And Ann and Ellen and lleechef and all y'all folks we love, and Paul and Al and Jan and the Bushies and Pwingwsx (sp?) and all, we'll be thinking of and loving y'all, too.(And please forgive spelling, etc.)

    (And of this loses me my position as the official Olphrt-in-residence, I really don't give a hbra!)
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