Recipes for New Years Eve
And then to follow to dinner, black-eyed peas and greens? Kayla Stewart recently explored the tradition of cooking them for The Times, with recipes for collard greens and cornmeal dumplings, and black-eyed peas with rice.
But maybe not. Maybe you, like many like me, have been caught up in the spread of the omicron variant and find yourself isolated with those you live with or on your own, and wondering if a peanut butter sandwich could be. the best option for this evening (on hot toast, with crispy chili and pickles), or if a baked potato could be more festive (fully loaded, please!).
I took out some pork chops from the freezer the other day – a beautiful traditional pork, red and marbled with fat, from an animal that took yoga and read poetry and only got a bad day in her life – and got to see my way of making pork chops in onion sauce tonight. There will be enough meat left for a pork chop po ‘boy on New Years Day, the meat cut off the bone and heated in the remaining sauce, to put a grilled hero roll with cold grated iceberg lettuce and a few spoonfuls of hot sauce. I live big.
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