Do you have a special dinner on New Year's Eve?
Do you like to have a special dinner planned on New Year's Eve? If so, what is your favorite dinner food for New Year's Eve?
yes, we will have and it is our tradition already in order to celebrate the coming new year. To attract good vibes and luck too. It is also about getting together with your love ones and happily welcome the coming 2014. We would love to eat buko pandan or anything that is delicious
I am having a New Years Eve dinner. This may sound funny, but I have a delicious Pork Stew recipe that my friends love, of Pol Martin's. I am doing that, but my cousin is a vegetarian, so she is bringing a seafood casserole and I am doing a Nicoise Salad to compliment that. Obviously we will need two separate dishes, but it should be fun.
For some reason, I'm not sure if my grandparents did this, but somewhere I got the idea in my head that we have to have seafood on New Years. So for the past few years (except last year because I was sick), we've had seafood dishes such as shrimp, lobster, etc. We live on the East coast, so it's plentiful here.
But, this year I wanted beef. I went to buy one of those standing rib roasts. Ha! At $38 for a slab for 4 people, there was no way I could afford that. I found a modest beef roast instead. I bought a bag of shrimp cocktail for Christmas Eve and it was $10 for about 20 shrimp. I doubt I'll be doing that again either.
I also picked up a hotel style turkey breast and a ham for less than $10 a piece on sale after Christmas. I have my choice this year.
by j.amie 2 years ago
Am I the only loser sitting at home on New Year's Eve?I had a really nice dinner earlier - but I just have no interest in the craziness out there right now! What say you? :0)
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Do you have someone to kiss at midnight tonight, New Year's Eve?In the United States, it is a custom here to kiss someone at midnight and wish them a "Happy New Year" and so do you have someone to kiss at midnight to bring in the New Year? If you are not from the U.S., what are some...
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
No, I'm not against people celebrating the New Year, but I hate all the noise. My little dog goes bananas when she hears all the bangs. I have to give her tranquilizers. My neighbors shoot their fire crackers all night long!
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Are you able to actually stay up to midnight on New Year's Eve?I know I am not speaking to the younger ones, but I know a couple of years my husband and I have had to celebrate New Year's on NY time which is an hour ahead of us ...hehehe ...So have you ever not made it to midnight on New Year's Eve?
by rlaha 3 years ago
How do you spend New Year's Eve and New Year's Day?
by Marcy Goodfleisch 18 months ago
How do you plan to celebrate New Year's Eve?Do you have any family or neighborhood traditions for New Year's Eve?
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