Wondering how to ring in a new year that will please everyone’s appetites? Our test kitchen has put together some of Paula’s traditional recipes so that you can put together the perfect New Year’s Day menu to bring you health, wealth, and good fortune. So pull up a chair and dig in!
Pan-fried, bone-in pork chops are a wonderful main course to your New Year’s Day meal.
Zesty oranges bring a bright and appetizing flavor to these perfect ham steaks.
You’ll want to make these cornmeal dumplings all year round, so be sure to make extras.
A dash of hot sauce is just what these greens need to ring in your New Year right!
Paula makes these black eyed peas every year to promise good fortune in the New Year.
This dish is a New Year’s tradition, but it tastes just as good any day of the year.
doris in The Secret Garden on May 19, 2013 at 3:11 pm
I love reading about your family and seeing your pictures. I respect the fact that you are teaching your son's family values because so much of that seems to be going by the wayside anymore..maybe someday we will meet and by that time your son's may even have their own cooking show.lol..wishing you lots and lots of love from this country girl's kitchen to Brooke Deen's kitchen of love.
Linda Miller in The Makings for a Perfect Father’s Day on May 19, 2013 at 11:44 am
Love this idea. I want to do this for my sister n law for the new addition of the family. What a wonderful way to celebrate a new baby in the family.
Kimberly McKinney in How to Host a Sip and See on May 19, 2013 at 10:54 am
I love Orchids but fine it hard to kept alive for very long. I love the way you display
Syndie Reynolds in Paula’s Love of Orchids on May 13, 2013 at 10:59 pm