Hello, Happy New Year! Today I have collected three recipes for New Year’s Eve and three recipes for New Year’s Day, including my favorite New Year’s Day meal, Black Eyed Peas. Check out these recipes and be sure to read to the end to check out my most-used kitchen utensils of 2022.
Below, I've collected 6 recipes perfect for New Year's and put them together for you. If you're interested in making any or all, just follow the links for the full recipe card.
Kelly is sharing 6 recipes perfect for New Year's Eve and Day
You can get the full recipe card for a dish by clicking the link at the end of each section
Kelly's list of most-used kitchen utensils of 2022 is at the end of the post
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Happy New Year, everyone! Wow!! Celebrating the end of 2020 has brought the world together; we can shed the weight of the number 2020 and look toward the brightness ahead. I have a perfect way to celebrate the end of this year: a New Year’s Eve Charcuterie Board. I love this idea because you can assemble it early and snack all night – which is my favorite way to eat. A homemade olive mix serves as the centerpiece in this arrangement, but every layer of this board plays a special role.
Hello and welcome, friends! I am squeezing in an appetizer recipe today, just in time for New Year’s Eve. I got more than a few requests for a savory version of the Nutella and Cherry Tear and Share; so today, we have a quick and easy Savory Star Tear and Share – filled with sausage, smoked Gouda cheese and fig preserves. Make it as an appetizer, or serve it for two to six with a big salad for a light dinner. Let’s get to this Savory Star!
Welcome friends! How are your holiday preparations coming along? Have you finished all your shopping; have your menu planned? Today I have a super simple, but super impressive Hot and Cheesy Crab dip that would be a great addition to your appetizer menu. Let’s get right to it!
Greetings from Tybee Island! I love shrimp and grits. I am compelled to order them any, and every, time I see them on a menu. But, I had never made them myself. Well, that had to change, especially while we’re here at Tybee. So today, we are making cheesy grits and shrimp, with an egg, for breakfast.
Hello and welcome to Djalali Cooks! It’s no secret that we are serious fans of sandwiches at the Djalali house. We are also really into breakfast food. So we usually make breakfast sandwiches a few times a week. I often incorporate leftover meat, but the true favorite is the Bacon, Egg and Cheese – The Perfect Breakfast Sandwich!
Hello everyone! Happy New Year! Today’s recipe is a New Year’s Day tradition for Alex and me, and for so many across the United States! In Southern traditions, Black Eyed Peas are eaten with Greens and Cornbread, to bring prosperity in the new year. I can’t recall exactly when I started making a pot of New Year’s Day Black Eyed Peas, but every year the recipe is a little different. This year’s recipe, though, is my favorite version.
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