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    Steve Clardy Guest

    Black eyed Peas

    So did everyone eat their black eyed peas for good luck this year?

    I did [still think they taste yucky]

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    Not yet, but there a cookin' .. gonna have 'em with a ham that's been in the smoker all day, soon as everybody gets here..........

    In the meantime ... Wishing everybody a Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year !!

    Tony, BCE '75

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    Watched them on Dick Clark's show last night...does that count?
    Where are we going? And what am I doing in this handbasket?

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Lee DeRaud View Post
    Watched them on Dick Clark's show last night...does that count?


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    We burn a bayberry candle down to the end for good luck in our house

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    Not yet but will later with smoked ham hocks.

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    I literally count out 12 of them, just to shut up LOML and MIL. I don't like 'em.

    KC

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    Must be a southern tradition?
    A very wise man once said.......
    "I'll take my chances with Misseurs Smith and Wesson. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Ash View Post
    Must be a southern tradition?

    Yeppers, a southern thing, supposed to bring good luck. Instead of the black eyed peas and ham hocks or jowl we had hoppin' john. It's a black eyed peas casserole with the smoked ham and lots of cheese. Good.

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    We did Jumbeliah (I know the spelling is wrong, but it just won't come to me this morning) with rice, black eyed peas, green peppers onion and smoked sausage. Canned black eyed peas were with jalepanos, so it came out pretty spicy. Jim.
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