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Re: Happy New Year

In the deep South where I grew up it was black-eye peas and pork.
The more black-eye peas you ate on New Years, the more money
you would have in the coming year.  I always cook them, and often
supply some to friends.
May all of you have a blessed and happy new year.  As Pam said,
let's hope it will be better than the one just past.
In a message dated 12/31/2007 10:37:25 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:

Happy New Year to all! Will do two dishes that reflect our heritages  
tomorrow - ozoni soup and something with pork (probably a stir fry).  
Both are supposed to ensure good luck in the New Year. DH will  
probably shoot off fireworks at midnight, but no partying.

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