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New Years food #7391016 12/31/18 01:01 PM
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Let's hear my THF bruddas and sistas!!!! Whatcha yall cooking for New Years eve and New Years day??

New Years eve for us-pizza and wings.

New Years day-pork tenderloin, mashed tators, black eye peas and sweet potato with marshmallows


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I cooked hamburgers last nite. Wife is going to make blackeyed pea soup today??? We'll see.

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We'll be eating leftovers, made a Hatch green chili stew and cornbread yesterday and it was great. New years day we'll most certainly have Black eyed.

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Chicken spaghetti tonight with salad and garlic bread. Don't know about tomorrow.

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CFS, blackeyed peas, jalapeņo cheese cornbread, biscuits from scratch, cabbage, meatloaf, and boneless pork chops.....


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Prime rib roast tonight and black eyed peas tomorrow. Nobody up here gets the peas, can't get our friends with a restaurant to put them on the menu for a day.

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Originally Posted by snake oil
I cooked hamburgers last nite. Wife is going to make blackeyed pea soup today??? We'll see.



Ok I was off a day. Pizza Pie tonight and that blackeyed pea soup tomorrow.

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Black eyed pea cornbread casserole with ground beef and small can of Rotel w/ hobaneros food

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Blackeyed peas, cornbread and German sausage from the Sklenarik's Meat Market in Miles.


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The wife made a big pot of white tail chili. I can eat on that for a week.


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Brisket tonight, fried chicken for lunch tomorrow and probably some oryx steaks tomorrow night.

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New Years Day, Pork burnt ends and Green Chile posole


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Going traditional

Steak
Black eye peas
turnip greens
Jalapeņo cornbread
Apple pie and ice cream

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Big pot of venison vegetable soup, bacon wrapped mushrooms, pineapple, olives, stuffed jalapeņos and smoked oysters.
Cheese assortment with summer sausage and smoked venison sausage
Queso and chips

We graze all day with friends and neighbors dropping by for an adult beverage and football watching.


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Venison roast, blackeyed peas, cabbage and my great grandmother's cheddar/green onion cornbread

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Bacon wrapped jalapenos with cream cheese and cheddar inside. Pork Chops, fried cabbage, bacon and onions, black eyed peas and Peach Cobbler with Blue Bell vanilla.


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Breakfast burrito, venison chili, and too many cookies! Been bored most of the day.

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I tried to get drunk last night but I could not. Ton of good food and was sober by 9. Slept good and had HOT tamales for breakfast. I'm about to make tamales & eggs for supper tonight. Adios.

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Had chicken fried Nilgai, blackeye peas and turnip greens. A feast fit for a king.

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ALWAYS on 1/1 I make cabbage rolls for the family. They love'em. Pork/beef/rice rolled up in a cabbage leaf and boiled with sour kraut and tomato sauce. Mashed potatoes on the side....dynamite! My grandad's family has been doing this over 100 years....

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Made a pot of beef stew using some ribeye trimmings & turkey stock. I threw in a bunch of black eyed peas for good measure.

I also ate one bite of crappy store-bought coleslaw to get some cabbage in me.

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We went traditional too; yep rice cake soup. Umm, reminds me of growing up in Garland, TX.

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