Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Wordless Wednesday Good luck Food or just gas




49 comments:

Joyismygoal said...

In my Mom's Family the good luck food for New Years Eve was always Sour Kraut-- You cook it all day w/ a pork roast and it really sweetens it In Tx It is Black Eyed peas and in England it is a pudding w/an almond in it I made my own version of the 2 latter and my Mom made the Kraut.-- so we had all 3 but Kraut and Black eyed peas are both kind of gassy foods so do gas and good luck have something in common?

tegdirb92 said...

looks delicious!! I love your photos of the delicious meal.

jim said...

Hi Joy -- Happy New Year!
Mrs. Jim had cabbage and black-eyed peas for our lunch today.
I don't know about that bottom dish? Is it supposed to bring luck also?
Of course we know this is tradition, not a real influence on luck.
Happy WW/WT!
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Oh yes, we were in Nebraska the first part of December so we didn't have to imagine that snow.
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Sandy Carlson said...

A little gas among friends--well, it tells you who your friends are! God bless.

Andrée said...

I really really want some of that dessert. Looks wonderful. We never had any traditional New Years meal. I wonder why? Everybody else does!

Bernie said...

Sorry, but apart from the Roast Pork, it sounds positively disgusting!!! :)

Thanks for stopping by burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.

Happy WW!!

Lori said...

It all looks yummy:) Happy New Year and WW. Thanks for stopping by...

secret agent mama said...

Mmmmm Mmmmm Mmmmmmm!!!

Mrs. Monkey said...

I'll take the dessert. That first dish doesn't look like something in my food repertoire ;)

Gellianne said...

Hello!Happy New Year!Thanks for the visit earlier!
I am hungry!That is just so mouth watering!

Mama Grizzly said...

YUM!!!!

Andrea said...

haha...too funny! Hopefully gas and good luck don't have TOO much in common because I don't like the gas, but the good luck would be nice! ;)

dangkin said...

i like to have just the dessert! :)

have a blessed year ahead!

jennwa said...

Yummy!! That dessert look too good. I hope all the good luck food brings you a great 2008!!!

Playful Professional said...

Glad to see that you do use your trifle bowl for food :) Yum!

susiej.com said...

I love that food!!

CK-II said...

The food looks delicious. Happy WW and happy new year. :)

MamaGeek said...

That last one looks divine!

♥Shabem-®♥ said...

As long as it tastes good hehe.. I don't have a problem with that. It looks good though.
Happy WW!

Roger said...

Looks good to me! Lets eat & Happy New Year to you! Idaho Daily Photo

alice said...

Yum!!!! I made black eye pea soup today (photo included, of course!) -- I'll let you know if it makes the year better!

Yen said...

Looks delicious but I'm not sure what's that 2nd photo so exclude that for me..lol

carrie said...

I missed out on the black eyed peas this year. I don't know where my head is!

Pamela said...

I believe I'll have to taste test it and let you know

Natalie said...

It all looks yummy! :)

**"Liza"** said...

lol both I guess..lol..;) I still have some black eye peas from last night here..;)
I hope you had a Blast New Year Eve! Post mine too

The Lone Beader said...

And, I wasn't invited???? :0

Ingrid said...

hmmmmm! yummy!!! you're making me hungry!!!

poor man's nicole richie said...

the second and third look enticing.
happy new year!

Liza said...

lol, gas I think ;) Thanks for dropping by, yes, I did the cross stitch.

Happy WW.

A Simple Life said...

They all look yummy, but I'm not much into beans, hehe. Happy WW.

jams o donnell said...

Looks tasty. Happy New Year

Chris in Oxford said...

I recognize the black-eyed peas- but what are the other two? Glad you got your luck for the year - Happy WW!

Sharon said...

Yum! We had our black eyed peas with cornbread and cabbage yesterday as well.
Happy New Year

Tina said...

We had "Raclette" the past years on New Years Eve so we had it two days ago, too.
If you don't know what it is: you have little pans you fill with whatever you want to eat (corn, finely sliced veggies and meat if you want) put cheese on it and grill it in a special electric table grill. It's a lot of fun, I will show some pictures at my blog tomorrow or so...

Have a happy, healthy and great 2008! Tina

ellen b. said...

Quite the combination for a lot of tootin! Happy New Year to you and yours!

Lazy Daisy said...

Yum....see you had your blackeyed peas this year and is that "nanna puddin? Makes your tongue want to smack out your eyeballs!

Diana said...

That dessert looks great!! Happy New Year!

the teach said...

Believe it or not I love sauerkraut! Gassy and smelly! :) All the food looks delish! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Candi said...

Yummy---it all looks tasty!!

Robyn Jones said...

Wow! Looks tasty!

SexyMom said...

Hmmm, yummy...now I am hungry.

Jennie said...

we always did the black eyed peas too... but i realized about 10 years ago that i didn't like them!

i would have to be lucky some other way!!! lol!

lisa's chaos said...

Looks like you should be full of good luck for the new year, or just full. :)

Pamela Kramer said...

I would have to go straight for the dessert! LOL - Happy WW!

Ann said...

You should have a triple happy new year with three good luck foods :)

marye said...

that looks great! I found out at the last minute that I had no black eyed peas and everyone was OUT so we had lentils!

Robert said...

Looks like good stuff. Thanks for visiting and commenting on mine as well. I see you are in Texas...I was just out there visiting friends. Friends that are trying hard to get us out there. Tempting, very tempting! Take care.

Ladybird said...

Happy new year. And a year of good food and fun times!