Traditional New Years Recipes
you looking for traditional New
If so, read on.
now that Christmas is over its time to start thinking about New
Year’s Day. If you want this year’s party to go well you must
serve your guest some traditional New Year's Recipes.
serve traditional recipes?
simple answer is because your guests have grown to love and expect
certain recipes to be served each year on the 1st of January. In my
opinion you have to serve the all-time, New Year’s favorites, which
at a minimum. If you serve these two side
to your guest you can ensure they'll be blessed with plenty of money
and luck throughout the new year.
you will find a New Year’s menu that you will be proud to serve
New Year's Menu
this crispy and crunch fried chicken will go good with some collard
greens, black-eyed peas, macaroni and cheese.
we usually cook the fried chicken and also serve the barbecue ribs,
because we like having the option of serving two meats. Most folks
like the added variety.
- these delicious appetizers, aka finger foods get passed around and
are eaten up in no time.
prepare and eat the collard greens so that you don’t end up broke.
The greens are said to bring you the money.
- it’s tradition to eat the black-eyed peas so that they bring you
good luck the entire year.
– this dish compliments the black-eyed peas, collard greens and is
consistently a favorite.
if you’re eating collard greens you need to have some cornbread
and this recipe will work for you.
this is one simple recipe you can prepare with all that fuss that
normally comes along with preparing a dessert.
- we add chocolate to the traditional pecan pie to put on such a
unique spin you will wonder why you didn’t discover this yourself.
it's time for you to get in the kitchen and cook yourself a delicious meal. If you like our new years recipe, we're sure you will likewise enjoy our New Year’s Dinner Menu and soul food menus.