1CL is on hiatus for a while as I figure out what direction it will take.
Happy New Year!
January is National Soup Month. So to start off the new year, I thought I’d do a retrospective of the soup, stew, and chili recipes I’ve previously posted.
Refried Friday is a regular feature of 1CL in which I share posts, articles, and other “stuff” I came across and think you might enjoy too.
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Having grown up with a Filipino girl as one of my dearest friends, New Year’s Eve doesn’t seem complete without grapes (in addition to champagne and kissing and When Harry Met Sally).
But my grandmother was from the South, so we were always sure to eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day for good luck. My mom always made a ham with black-eyed peas as a side. I’ve tried various black-eyed pea recipes over the years, but this is probably one of my favorites. (And it includes the ever-touted kale.) Make some cornbread to go with it!
What are your New Years traditions?
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