New Year tradition

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dendan
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New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 9:34 AM
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Not too early to plan that special New Years Day special meal. In these parts of the south, collard greens, blackeyed peas, cornbread are the choice. What do you do at home or where do you go Looking for another option to try.

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RE: New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 9:50 AM
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Pork with red sauerkraut (sk cooked with onions, grated apples, wine, etc.), mashed potatoes and applesauce - every New Year's Day

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RE: New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 1:11 PM
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Posted this in a similar thread on this forum:

Traditional southern meal for New year's is called "Hopping John"
I think Black-Eyed peas is in the Recipie.

http://www.outlawcook.com/Page0102.html

http://www.recipe-source.com/fgv/beans-grains/01/rec0107.html

dendan
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RE: New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 2:51 PM
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Edwaste - absolutely - your are right on with Hoppin' John.

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RE: New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 5:24 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by dendan

blackeyed peas

Hey, I like that. The emoticon called Black-eyed Pea.

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RE: New Year tradition - Wed, 12/3/03 5:36 PM
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New Year's Day tradition? Being too hungover to eat.

dendan
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RE: New Year tradition - Fri, 12/5/03 9:18 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by Bushie

quote:
Originally posted by dendan

blackeyed peas

Hey, I like that. The emoticon called Black-eyed Pea.


I guess this would do to: