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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rast, Jan 1, 2010.
Anybody else have a traditional New Years menu? Ours is hog jowls, blackeye peas and greens.
We have ham, greens, blackeye peas every year. This year we added
sourkraut, pork, kebasa, mash potatoes, dumplins, wine...lots of sweets.
We usually have ham and black eyed peas and cornbread but this year we skipped it.... I'm feeling a little anti-tradition lately.
I had a can of chicken noodle soup. Had to work today and finish up my little job at the paper mill.
Well, except for G3's canned soup this has made me hungry again. I think I'll see if she will warm up whats left. Got ham instead of jowls though. None left .
Well this year we had another Thanksgiving dinner for new years. My wife simply liked the turkey from Thanksgiving and said we should eat it more often, so we did. Turkey is pretty cheap this time of year anyway.
For some odd reason, I'm having thoughts of eating bacon...... :lol:
the southern threads of my family always eat black eyed peas each and every new years.
the hillbilly/washington plantation thread of my family always eats boiled cabbage with a silver dollar added (whoever scoops up the silver get all the luck for that year).
and may each and every one here get the silver on their plate this year... happy new year to all.
I frequently get those thoughts. :thumbsup: