Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Thursday, January 1, 2009

What's For Dinner on New Years?

Where I come from, it's tradition to eat some variation of pork and sauerkraut on New Years. Pork roast, pork chops, pork kielbasa, heck, even a hot dog . . . and sauerkraut. We eat it for good luck in the new year. Tonight for dinner, my family and I had pork loin and sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, corn souffle, and (I know about y'alls custom here in the south) black-eyed peas. It was all delicious. So what do you traditionally eat for dinner on New Years? Leave a comment and let me know.

4 comments:

Maria Sondule said...

On New Years we had pheasant for dinner, along with cheese curls and rice. And donuts for dessert. Yum.

leafmonster said...

New Year's Day is not a big holiday for me. I go all out for Christmas dinner, but am totally done for by New Year's! So we generally have junk food, processed food, all the stuff that I usually don't allow the family to eat. Twinkies Rock!

Maria Sondule said...

We did NOT have twinkies.

Mindy Blanchard said...

cabbage, black eyed peas, potatoes and sausage(and I think I snuck in some honey bonesless wings from walmart?! can't remember 5 days ago.)

Mindy