Thursday, January 1, 2015

Happy New Year!

The black-eyed peas are on the stove.....


.....and the collards are next on the list.


On this first day of January 2015, I wish you a year of good health and happiness!

16 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you and yours Nellie, we'll be partaking of this old Southern tradition also, the cornbread is cooking in the oven as I type :)
    Many blessings !
    ~Jo

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  2. what a healthy way to start the year!!! Happy New Year!

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  3. Looks good! What time should I arrive? LOL Have a terrific Tuesday, Sister, and a blessed 2015!

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  4. Wanted to drop in and wish you a Happy New Year! Now I need to get started on my cooking!

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  5. Happy New Year Nellie, I wish you all of the best!

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  6. Happy New Year Nellie , I think most everyone will have the same dinner , those peas are looking good . Enjoy! :)

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  7. This is the one southern custom I can't get used to - blackeyed peas just don't excite me. In the northern town I grew up in, new year's day meant pork and sauerkraut. My Tennessee bunch rejects that. Humpf. We're even.

    Happy New Year, Nellie!

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  8. Had delicious black eyed peas today, cooked by my friend who grew up in Florida. They were so good. I need to request that she make them more than once a year. Wishing you a great 2015!

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  9. Happy New Year to you and yours... I hope that 2015 will bring you (and us) lots of joy, happiness and GOOD HEALTH....

    We enjoyed our Hoppin' John today (Black-eyed Peas, Rice, Ham, etc.)... YUM.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  10. Hello Nellie....Glad you follow the culinary tradition of black eyed peas and collards. Hope your new year is terrific. Love your visits. Thanks! Susan

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  11. happy new year! i usually make this but this year i was so busy we went out for chinese!

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  12. A belated happy new year to you!

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