My New Years Traditional Meal

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Sherri Logan Williams Recipe
x8
Well Seasoned
Danville VA, lives in Crestview, FL
logansw
Member Since Feb 2011
Sherri's notes for this recipe:
When growing up, we always had this meal to bring in the new year. Cooked greens represents economic fortune, black-eyed peas represents luck & pork represents wealth and prosperity. I'm not too superstitious, however I've had this meal on every New Years Day since I can remember. This year starts the 2nd chapter of my life... new beginnings full of wonderful and exciting adventures! WOW, this year I'll turn the big 50 and it will be my 30th wedding annivesary. I've got so much to be thankful for and I thank God for leading me to the best recipe club in world! Cooking with passion, sw:)
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Enjoy this delicious meal with your family and friends on New Years Day or any day during the year. Have a wonderful year! May your year be full of love, peace & happiness. sw?
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user Elsie Perrett twiga13 - Jan 2, 2012
Sherri, you have me craving this meal and I am a Northern girl. Good luck with your New beginnings. I hope this year brings you everything you wish for.
user Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Jan 2, 2012
Thank you Elsie! May this be a great year for you as well. sw☺
user Wendy Rusch snooksk9 - Jan 2, 2012
Well Miss Sherri...I can honestly say, I've never had hog jowl...lol
I know it would be great coming from your kitchen though! Super New Years Dinner! Thanks Doll!!! :o)
user Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Jan 2, 2012
Wendy, it tastes just like bacon....

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