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Monday, January 18, 2016

New Years Foods

Good morning,

We enjoyed New Years foods with friends.  Above you see sauerkraut, a traditional New Years food for many country traditions.
Of course, bread and wine are also important.
This is a vegetable salad made by a friend.
And, the BEST home made bread, warm from the oven.
 Oven baked sliced potatoes and suckling pig completed the menu.

Yum!  What a great start to 2016!

What are your traditional foods for New Years?

Enjoy,
Lois




4 comments:

MarkD60 said...

We don't have any traditional New Years Foods, but we do have the custom of taking a suitcase with you the first time we leave the house after the new year starts, this helps promote a year with a lot of travel!

Lois Evensen said...

I like that idea, Mark! I had never heard of that one.

KaHolly said...

Oh, how yummy it all sounds! What a grand way to start off the new year!

Mersad said...

We just have a spread similar to this.

Mersad
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