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New Year's With Nana

My mom came over last night for dinner and we had the traditional southern new year's meal of collard greens and black-eyed peas. Nothing goes better with that combo than ham buscuits! Yummy!!!! I even made little man taste the collard greens and the peas so he'd have all of the luck and good fortune that's supposed to come with them! Happy new year to all!



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  1. we had the same meal minus the ham biscuits. hopefully it'll do me some good. :)

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  2. look at you with all your good luck!!!
    happiest new year!

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  3. I'm leaving you a little something over at my blog. If you've already done this one, don't worry about passing it along in a big hurry unless you just really want to.

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  4. I had totally planned on going the black-eyes peas route for my new year's day brunch, but alas! Anyway, I hope yours bring you lots of luck in 2009!

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  5. It's my favorite meal of the year!!

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  6. Oh my goodness, that dinner plate looks JUST LIKE THE ONE AT MY HOUSE! Isn't it GREAT to be SOUTHERN?! Hugs! jan

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