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Old 01-02-2013, 05:58 AM   #561
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well our New Years day dinner was black eyed peas cooked with bacon for seasoning. cornbread, fried cabbage, fried potatoes and cabbage casserole. mmmmmm goooood!!!!!
I think someone's going to be a little gassy. But it sounds good.
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Old 01-02-2013, 06:02 AM   #562
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I think someone's going to be a little gassy. But it sounds good.
dang right! and it was good. just working on our alternative fuels down here in Texas!
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dang right! and it was good. just working on our alternative fuels down here in Texas!
I'm hopen the wind stays out of the Northerly directions tomorrow
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I'm hopen the wind stays out of the Northerly directions tomorrow
if not just keep the windows closed for a couple of days!
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BBQ Chicken, Black Eyed Pea's and Bananna Pudding. Yum, yum.

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I think some chicken n' dressing sounds good especially with cranberry sauce!!!

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I threw some onions, potatoes, and pork chops with cream of onion soup into a crock pot with different seasonings and simmered all day. It was very tasty!



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AXX55 that Hopp'in John is good alright. But the old American Irish New Years food is most important. Corn Beef and Cabbage with Red Potatos and Irish Soda Bread. And of course Dark Stout.
If you miss this food on New Years Day you will be broke all year. If you ever knew any Scotch-Irish you would know that is true.

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I threw some onions, potatoes, and pork chops with cream of onion soup into a crock pot with different seasonings and simmered all day. It was very tasty!
Cream of Onion soup is a staple in my house. That stuff will make anything taste great.
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Cream of Onion soup is a staple in my house. That stuff will make anything taste great.
Agreed! This sounds weird but I rubbed the pork chops with paprika and then sprinkled some curry powder on the potatoes before I poured the soup on which explains the color of the sauce. It was really good and the pork was so tender.
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