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post #1 of 15 Old 01-01-2013, 09:17 AM Thread Starter
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Special New Years Day Food?

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Anyone Cooking anything Special for New Years Day?

In the South we have a Tradition of cooking Greens And Black Eyed Peas, I like Cornbread to go with it

Anyone have any other Special Foods they like for Today?

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post #2 of 15 Old 01-01-2013, 03:45 PM
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Had some black-eyed peas at last night's party-it was in the cowboy's cavier-quite yummy. We played a dice game & had fireworks also. It was just a few of the neighbors getting together & we sure had a good time. (midnight mimosas, too)
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Usually I do a full up English style roast beef dinner, with Yorkshire Puddings, roast veggies and all the trimmings.

This year my son is cooking Christmas dinner in his first ever away from home party, so I just have to turn up and eat, how cool is that.

Well that is the plan, but seeing as he didn't do as I suggested and test run his oven before trying a full meal, it may all go pear shaped, in which case it will be a fall back to a pot luck supper!
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I'm not a cooker, so I'm going for my mom's homemade mac and cheese. The BEST ever.
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I'm not a cooker, so I'm going for my mom's homemade mac and cheese. The BEST ever.
Sounds good.
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Made an huge Vat of Black Eyed Peas with ham, bacon, onion, red pepper cumin, and cayenne last night for our annual NYE Party. It was completely annihilated. However, have most of a huge turkey and stuffing left, along with different cheeses, homemade breads, green salad and deviled curried eggs left over for frequent grazing today. ;)

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I just love party food left-overs.
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Usually I do a full up English style roast beef dinner, with Yorkshire Puddings, roast veggies and all the trimmings.
OMG... That sounds sooooo good right now!

When I lived in the south it was always Hoppin' John, but I have to admit I much prefer the above or a big gooey cheesy pan of baked goodness.
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Sounds good.
I could live off it. The worst part is waiting for hours until it cooks!

I thought Black Eyed Peas was a band, I had no idea it was real food.
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I made black eyed peas, cabbage, pork roast with cranberry Dijon glaze and ganache filled tartlets. Packaging it all up and going to eat dinner with the husband at work- he's on duty today, firefighter.
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