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Old 01-01-2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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Is everyone here indulging in pork and sauerkraut today? How many of you are have blackeyed peas? Terry R.
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Nope, corned beef and cabbage!!
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Old 01-01-2012, 04:09 PM   #3
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I love sauerkraut and pork... especially sauerkraut baked on pork chops, but not today... having something else.

Ya got me salivating....
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Talking Sauerkraut and Pork

Salmon on my COBB with smoked oak for flavor.
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Old 01-01-2012, 07:54 PM   #5
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all sounds good...but we had Black Eyed Peas,Cabbage,Ham and Corn Bread.........oh and it was all cooked the "ole fashion" way..with bacon and fat...on low cal stuff today and Man -O- man was it good too.

Of course it would have been even better with Fried Okra..but didn't have any.

Happy New Year and Happy Camping
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Black Eyed Peas, Rice, Ham and Cornbread.... need all the luck I can get!

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Is everyone here indulging in pork and sauerkraut today? How many of you are have blackeyed peas? Terry R.
Just curious, you must be from out east, Maybe Pennsylvania? I NEVER heard of sauerkraut and pork or Cabbage as a yearly new years feast here in the midwest, until I met my hubby from Pennsylvania.
Now we joke about the day after effects everyone will be having after eating that Sauerkraut. We had Spaghetti and meatballs. :-)
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We live in Ohio, but family is from WV. The black eyed peas are a southern thing we picked up from all the years my father was stationed in the south. Terry R.
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Polish sausage and sweet and sour red cabbage with apples.
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Old 01-02-2012, 11:13 AM   #11
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As New Year's meal traditions go, that's a new one on me! We tend to go with turkey or ham on most big holidays, but this year it was nice out and I cooked some massively thick steaks over charcoal.

When we have sauerkraut it's usually with polish sausage. We brown a bunch of butter in the frying pan, then add the sauerkraut and sausage. The kraut with brown gravy goes on boiled potatoes. My DW makes it as good or better than Mom ever did.
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Yes, I did have Sauerkraut and Pork. When I moved to PA 26 years ago, I was told it was a tradition for good luck thru out the new year. I still eat it every Jan. 1 even though I'm out west now. Very easy to throw a small pork roast with sauerkraut and apples in a crockpot.

Happy New Year and best camping in 2012 everyone.
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this is a new one on me! could someone fill me in on the significance of the black eyed peas? it all sounds wonderful. i guess i had something similar without even knowing,,,as i had made up a cabbage roll casserole. ymmmm. the lazy way to enjoy cabbage rolls.
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Black Eyed Peas is for Health.....Cabbage(or any type greens,like mustard,or Turn up Greens) is for Wealth.....Ham(or pork in general) is for Prosperity

At least this is what I was told growing up.
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