Special meal on New Years day for good luck?

Special meal on New Years day for good luck?

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Old 12-31-2018, 05:12 PM
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Pittsburgh thing. Sandwich ham chipped rather than sliced in individual pieces
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We always have creamed herring on New Year's Eve.
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Hog jowl and black eyed peas; a Southern tradition for good luck.
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Pickled herring at Midnight For good luck in the new year
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Old 01-02-2019, 07:46 AM
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My mother-in-law always served Pork Pie on New Years Day. It was ground pork with creamed corn topped with mashed potatoes in a pie crust. It is very good tasting.
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For those who have wondered: Pork is considered 'good luck' because a pig roots in the ground and moves forward. Chicken is NOT recommended because they scratch the earth and move backwards, also (although I haven't seen many do this), chickens and foul fly and you don't want your 'good luck' to fly away.

Just a bit of 'useless' information that clutters my mind......

Happy New Year, everyone!


BTW, we had New Year's Day dinner prepared by my sister-in-law, born and bred in the South. Pork tenderloin with a blueberry salsa, collard greens, mashed rutabagas, black eyed peas (topped with raw onion and a spoonful of chow-chow relish ~ delish!) and a cast iron skillet of cornbread. PHEW! What a feast!
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Here is a way to knock out the pork, greens, and peas all at once.

New Year's Pork, Collard and Blackeye Pea Gumbo :: Recipes :: Camellia Brand
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Here is a way to knock out the pork, greens, and peas all at once.

New Year's Pork, Collard and Blackeye Pea Gumbo :: Recipes :: Camellia Brand
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