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Old 12-31-2009, 09:11 AM   #31
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You're really showing your southern traditional roots! Tons of my mother's family from Plaquemine and New Orleans will be sharing your menu as well.
Yep! Just an old country boy....An American by birth...A Southerner by the Grace of God!

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Me, I can't stand black-eyed peas, mustard greens or turnip roots.
Bless your heart!!


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BUT I will be making a shrimp gumbo and cornbread. Does that count?
Absolutely It does!!!

Have Fun & Enjoy!
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Old 12-31-2009, 09:16 AM   #32
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New Year's Day is the traditional, but my way This was last-year's Hoppin' John. It just has to have black-eyed peas, collard greens, and pork..
......... Surely ya gonna bake a pone of corn bread??
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Old 12-31-2009, 11:35 AM   #33
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My own menu..

Hi everybody.. I've just finished cooking..let's read what I've just prepared...
-Renaissance spiced stuffed veal with pumpkin sauce and fresh cream
-My home made Indian aubergines (Bartha baigan)with my secret ingredients...
-Semolina cake with rose flavoured cream filling and red fruits sauce
....I'll make photoes asap...

Happy New Year to all of you with love from Milan!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 11:42 AM   #34
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My wifes family had the tradition of the men cooking NYE while the ladies relax. I brought it back this year in a BIG way. I'm doing a tasting menu and my FIL is pairing wines with each and I'm pairing beer

The menu is

First: Tuna sashimi with daikon radish, cucumber, fresh grated ginger and a soy dipping sauce. Beer---Unibroue-Blanche de Chambly

Second: Pan seared scallops with bacon/mushroom/onion stuffed mini bell peppers and fried mushrooms. Beer---Fuller's London Pride

Third: Grilled mango and prosciutto with herb ricotta and mango coulis Beer---Weihenstephaner Original

Fourth: Parmesan polenta and shrimp with pineapple habanero sauce. Beer--- Uniroue La Fin du Monde

Fifth: Grilled lamb (ground lamb) skewers with cucumber mint coucous and cucumber yogurt dipping sauce. Beer---Duchesse de Bourgogne

Sixth: Two Kobe beef tenderloins and bearnaise sauce with mushroom risotto. Beer--- Hobgoblin

Seventh: 3 Year aged Blue Stilton, 2 year aged French Comte, 3 year aged Australian white cheddar, some curry cashews and 3 year aged Parmesan with a drizzle of maple syrup. Beer--- Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

Eighth: Crème brulee in a sugar cookie tartlette on a bed of mixed berry compote. Beer---Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout


I don't know the wines yet but I do know that the wine for the cheese coarse is a 1932 vintage Port
Wow!!

I am on my way, save me a spot!!!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 12:03 PM   #35
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a lot of amazing menus here! Happy New Year all! Eat well, be safe.
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Old 12-31-2009, 02:23 PM   #36
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Wishing all you lovely people who are reading this......A most Happy and Healthy New Year.....May all your wishes come true and all your dreams come true too......
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Old 12-31-2009, 02:36 PM   #37
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Sorry, I didn't realize this thread was for New Year's Eve, also. I thought it was for New Year's Day.

Tonight, I'm making a meatball casserole with tossed salad.
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Wishing all you lovely people who are reading this......A most Happy and Healthy New Year.....May all your wishes come true and all your dreams come true too......
thank you and the same back to you and yours!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 03:00 PM   #39
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New Years Eve. Party food.
New Years Day: Pork Roast cooked with sauerkraut. Mashed Potatoes( with sauerkraut on top YUMYUM), Black Eyed Peas and maybe another veggie. Dessert: Ginger Bread with Lemon Sauce.

The other veggie is Kale. I forgot the greens!!!
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Old 12-31-2009, 03:09 PM   #40
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New Years Eve...I dunno yet..Chili? Soup? Stew? Coq Au Vin? Shrimp & Grits?
New Years Day will be Black-Eye Peas, Hog jowl, Mustard Greens/Turnip Roots, and Cornbread!!
New Year's Eve:

Bourbon.......
Chili is on the stove s-l-o-w-l-y simmering......
Corn Bread...Hot! and buttered!
Candies.....
Champagne ......


New Year's Day:

Remains the same!!!
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