38 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 12/31/17

  1. Not any more. When the kids were little we had what I had every New Year’s Eve, hot dogs and sauerkraut. It was tradition. Since sauerkraut is not universally loved 😂 the kids don’t follow that tradition. It’s supposed to make you prosperous. Dream on!

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  2. When the kids were little it was homemade pizzas and popcorn on New Year’s Eve. It was just something we started one year and the kids liked it so much we kept it up for several years.

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  3. Hi Dray, yes, but only since I married an African American. My parents had no food tradition for New Years, more like party & a cocktail. Even though, my husband passed I make a crock pot of black eye peas along with carrots, onions, garlic, pork diced up small and I add several seasonings. I serve it with Italian breadsticks. Just let it simmer for as long as you like.
    Everyone have a Happy New Year and try not to think about the damage Trump has done, even if it’s for one day.

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  4. Nope! I’m in for the night!! I’m so excited! A fun day of champagne brunch and a 1pm football game with friends. Dinner will either not happen tonight or I’ll finish my brunch left overs. Happy New Year to you! :>

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  5. Nope, I do not have traditional anything when it comes to New Years Eve or New Years actually. I have slept through many New Years Eve and didn’t really care. I think in some ways people just use New Years Eve as another excuse to get smashed and party in my experience. :/ I never saw the hype of the holiday personally, but I do appreciate the day off! 🙂

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  6. When I lived in England it was haggis with a tablespoon of Scots whiskey poured over it and “bashed nips” ( mashed turnips) and “bashed tatties”( mashed potatoes). Now however I do not observe that as haggis is hard to come by in Florida. which is where we usually bring in the New Year. But I still think of it.

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