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Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448034
01/01/22 05:59 PM
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Central Pennsylvania
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Pork and sauerkraut with mashed potatoes. This was my 76th consecutive year with having that dish.


I got myself a seniors' GPS.
Not only does it tell me how to get to my destination,
it tells me why I wanted to go there.
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448037
01/01/22 06:01 PM
01/01/22 06:01 PM
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Montana ,Rocky Mtns.
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Montana ,Rocky Mtns.
Y'all are makin me hungry grin

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448038
01/01/22 06:02 PM
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Alabama (Bama for short) 108 y...
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Alabama (Bama for short) 108 y...
Had a frozen turkey pot pie, yes i thawed it out.


Not my circus, not my clowns.
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448040
01/01/22 06:02 PM
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N.W.Ohio
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N.W.Ohio
Smoked pork chops, sauerkraut and black eyed peas

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Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Fisher Man] #7448058
01/01/22 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Fisher Man
Oyster Stew


^^^^^^ Iam with this guy !


It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448064
01/01/22 06:21 PM
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Central, SD
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Game hens, candied carrots and baked apples today.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448065
01/01/22 06:21 PM
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What am I missing out onÖ.I canít remembah the last Reuben Sammich I hadÖ.that is the only time Iíve had sauerkrautÖ


It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448067
01/01/22 06:23 PM
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Ate a huge bowl of popcorn while watching the Iowa game, and then decided a piece of chocolate cake was in order. Can't figure out why I have a sour stomach now.

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448071
01/01/22 06:28 PM
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Duck, sausage and oyster gumbo

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448073
01/01/22 06:29 PM
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Something with black eyed peas


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Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448088
01/01/22 06:39 PM
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Ohio
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marinated chicken, corn, peas, cheesy potatoes, and old fashion noodles.

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448096
01/01/22 06:45 PM
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Dead pig and rotten cabbage for me also.

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448099
01/01/22 06:47 PM
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If i didnít have this ole cold an was there , Iíd be having hog jawl, black eyed peas, cabbage. But I decided I better stay home. Having woodford reserve instead

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448107
01/01/22 06:54 PM
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Just finished grilled country style pork ribs, grilled cabbage, and black-eyed peas.

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448116
01/01/22 06:59 PM
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Sauerkraut and pork every New Years. It has been a tradition for both my wifeís and my family and now we continue it.

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448129
01/01/22 07:08 PM
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Montana
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Little sausages in the crock pot with BBQ sauce and fresh shrimp ring.
Wife also make cheesey nachos, and a salad of some sort.
Did some skinning today and keeping wood on the fire,
Other than that it's a lazy day to me laugh


Let me sugar coat this
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448136
01/01/22 07:13 PM
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Hog jowl(pork), black-eyed peas, and cornbread.


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Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448148
01/01/22 07:24 PM
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McCurtain Co. Oklahoma
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Black eyed peas, fried hog jowls, cabbage and cornbread. Looking at what everyone else is eating itís no wonder we havenít had any good luck or prosperity in the last few years!

Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: OKforester] #7448150
01/01/22 07:27 PM
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Corned beef n cabbage


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Col. Jeff Cooper #1for a gunfight
Gibbs. #9 always carry a knife
Re: What's your traditional New Years day meal? [Re: Paul Dobbins] #7448178
01/01/22 07:50 PM
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Pork roast smothered with Kraut and chunked potatoes. Topped with a little brown sugar to take out the kraut bite.

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