23 Recipes Created by KESLEAH
Recipes in this Collection
No oven required! Just a waffle iron.
Very tasty. Ribbon winners at the fair!
This very thick, rich soup is made to celebrate special occasions, such as New Year's eve and special family events. This recipe was adapted from the Smithsonian Institution's, 1995 Festival of American Folklife Cookbook. Recipes for the book were contributed by American Cape Verdeans who are active in preserving their cultural heritage. The Cape Verde Islands are located about 300 miles west of Senegal. Many Cape Verdeans migrated to the New England area.
Submitted by MZMARGO
This is the salad that Russians make on every Birthday, New Year or any other significant celebration. Bologna may be replaced with chicken breast or meat; however the quickest way is to get bolognaSubmitted by KATYENOK
Happy New Year! Southern States tradition says, that if you eat black-eyed peas on the first day of a new year, you'll have good fortune throughout the year.This is inspired by the traditional recipe and has all of the old fashioned flavor your family will love! Submitted by SHAREDJOURNEY
I found a recipe a year ago and changed it to be a little healthier and this is what I've come up with. This soup is fantastic especially on a cold day outside. You can also add less water and shred the turkey thinner and use as a dip. My Mom's always told me to eat my black eyed peas and cabbage on New Years Day for good luck... This is just an easier way to do it and tastier too! Enjoy. Submitted by PRINCESSANG0131
An old Southern dish usually served on New Year's Day with rice, greens, and cornbread. I like to make mine in my trusty crockpot!
You probably will NOT need to salt the peas as the ham serves as seasoning.Submitted by LIFENPROGRESS
(what is rifunu? It is short for: Rice, Fruit, and Nuts) A special salad served in many homes in honour of TuBeShebat--The Jewish New Year for the Trees--normally celebrated in mid February. Submitted by TSABRA
This is also another tradition in my family for new year's day, is said to bring you good luck in Financial areas int he new year, once again Irish family so I don't know just know my Dad made sure we ate this every year.Submitted by BLAZEGRANT