New Year's day meal

JWFilips

Well-Known Member
#41
"Hopp'in John" Is an old 18th Century American Recipe...right up there with "Bubble & Squeak" I spent 25 good years living 18thc life ( that is why the moniker "Liv18thC".... I have moved into the future as of 2013! but those old days behind me bring me great memories Especially of the foods!
(& oh yes the beverages!)
 
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RBHarter

West Central AR
#43
Ham bones in black eyed peas , corn bread and probably some chicken and dumplings tommorow . Hanging out with Moms and Ms game/race day crock pots , drinks , and Domino's though we might play some pinochle later .
 

smokeywolf

Well-Known Member
#45
I left it up to Mrs. smokeywolf as to what the New Years Eve meal would be. She chose sushi. We'll order from a local sushi joint.

Just bought a beef tenderloin yesterday. For tomorrow, we'll follow John & Cindy's lead.
 

RicinYakima

High Steppes of Eastern Washington
#46
Pork ribs, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes and Rhine wine. My mother's side of the family calls me on New Years. It will bring you "luck with money".
 

JWFilips

Well-Known Member
#50
Nothing fancy this year. Just fried up some slices of marinated deer heart. Have been over indulging this holiday season....time to get back to normal!
 

Rick

Moderator
Staff member
#52
I had a root shipped in from Idaho, some fish filets shipped from Alaska, some veggies shipped from California's central valley. Quite tasty, I don't have a traditional new years day dinner.
 

Hawk

Well-Known Member
#53
We had homemade Fajitas, with all the trimmings, refried beans, black eyed peas for luck and ice cream with honey on it for dessert.
 

CZ93X62

Redlands, Kalifornistan
#55
We usually do pizza and antipasto salad for New Year's Day, and that was the course yesterday. We found a downtown place that employs a bunch of stoners (stoners make the best pizza on earth.....) and Marie ordered it for 5 P.M. pickup. I had their small-size Carnivore Special, Marie had chicken wings, and we split an order of antipasto salad between us. Their idea of "small" is out-sized.......I finished the latter half of the pizza tonight. Chompin' good.
 

Pistolero

Well-Known Member
#56
This year we were at the cabin, nothing special, ham slice fried up a bit, macaroni and cheese,
salad, cornbread. And it was about zero outside, so the fire in the wood stove was really
nice.
Neither side of the family ever had a special New Years meal, so we never much even think about
it, just another dinner.

Bill