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Who on here does the black eye peas and ham? We are looking forward to it again this year with good friends, my old boss and soon to be a boat owner
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I like to fix Hoppin' John...Black eyed peas, rice and ham hock...and bits of stewed tomatoes..
Corn bread....and collard or mustard greens.

and fresh baked Pecan pie with fresh whipped cream.

Then I get started breaking the first of my many broken New Years Resolutions.
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Then I get started breaking the first of my many broken New Years Resolutions.[/quote]
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Never anything but pork, sauerkraut, and mashed here in PA Dutch ****ry (spelled that way for pronunciation and no other reason ).
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No idea what i'm having. Started off the day with cinnamon swirl oatmeal and almond butter.
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Don,t forget to put some mayo in your black eyed peas and
turnips and mash it up good!
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Black-eyed peas and smoked ham hocks in the crock pot starting at 5:30pm this evening. Be ready first thing in the morning so might have it for breakfast and lunch. Need all the good luck I can get in '14.
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Originally Posted by Fl Fisherman View Post
Don,t forget to put some mayo in your black eyed peas and
turnips and mash it up good!
I think I just thru up in my mouth. Yuk !!

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Dad's been doing black eyed peas and ham for years, along with collards soaked in salt water.
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Ya, ya Didn't see it. Great minds think alike
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Black-eye peas of course, I'll be havin leftovers from lastnight:
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Originally Posted by slper View Post
Ya, ya Didn't see it. Great minds think alike
NP....Happy New Year.
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Same every year , Pork chops, black-eyed peas, turnip greens, cornbread. probably a Sam Adams.....
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Originally Posted by Ray Zor View Post
Black-eye peas of course, I'll be havin leftovers from lastnight:
Corn, black eye peas, shrimp and what else is in that gumbo? Looks good.
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Smoked Porkchops (Green Egg), Blackeyed Peas, Sweet Cornbread, Spinach and a little Don Q Crystal with Coconut Water....
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Originally Posted by slper View Post
Who on here does the black eye peas and ham? We are looking forward to it again this year with good friends, my old boss and soon to be a boat owner
Not me, but I've seen some folks that do the same meal every New Years Eve and sometimes New Years Day. Chinese Food on NYE is big around here and my outlaws do Oyster Stew every New Years Day.

I don't get it.
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Originally Posted by osudaddy View Post
Corn, black eye peas, shrimp and what else is in that gumbo? Looks good.
Can't remember exactly what I threw in but I gotta say I make a pretty mean gumbo.
Gumbo seasonings,shrimp,sausage (andouille, boudin, smoked), corn (cobbed and loose), chicken, okra, celery, potatoes,onion, chicken broth and a few other cans of soups, some leftover Christmas diced ham. It is always different but my static ingredients are shrimp, chicken, sausage, okra, celery. the rest depends on what I scrounge up in the kitchen. Make it several times a year.
Oh yeah. I SWEAR by Texas Pete hot sauce
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Originally Posted by kone View Post
Never anything but pork, sauerkraut, and mashed here in PA Dutch ****ry (spelled that way for pronunciation and no other reason ).
Niiiiiiiiiiiice!

I have a LOT of Lithuanian blood in my veins and Pork,Kraut,and Taters are staples. Doesn't get any better that that.

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