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New Year’s Day

Posted by Jeanne on January 1, 2012

It’s been amazingly warm here.  Today in the 40s, and yesterday it was in the 50s – very uncharacteristic for Nebraska in December/January.  Curt is LOVING it (because he hates winter) and I am indifferent because it’s probably going to come back and get us eventually.

We don’t have any new years’ food traditions.  I loved reading this article that our fabulous neighbor Niz wrote for the local paper.  And this post about various foods to eat for the end of the year.  I find food culture and traditions fascinating.

Anyway.  I should write some resolutions.  In 2012 I resolve to:

  1. Eat well.
  2. Not start smoking.
  3. Have a baby.

Should be easy enough to accomplish those, right?

Enjoy your traditional or not-so-traditional New Year’s Day food – tonight we’re having chicken tikka masala from this recipe.  It’s a little more involved than most slow-cooker recipes I like to make, but it smells AMAZING and I’m really looking forward to it.  Happy 2012, everyone!

3 Responses to “New Year’s Day”

  1. stellacarolyn said

    Good luck on all three of your resolutions!

  2. Na said

    1. Why would you start smoking?
    B. We didn’t have Asian food on Xmas or New Year’s Day now that we’re in Fargo.
    3. Traditions AND addictions are meant to be broken! 😉

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