vudukungfu: Hoppin' JohnTake an onion and cut it up and put it in a crock pot or slow cook pot on the stove with water blackeyed peas, and some hamhocks or hog jowls and black pepper and let it go all night.You can use bone in ham, or bacon.It's for new year's day and cures a hangover.
Kyro: I grew up on Hamburger Helper and instant potatoes. The only culinary tradition passed down from my family is that store-brand cereal is bullsh*t.
Sarcastica75: My mother's Colombian rice and beans served with fried plantains (green ones, usually, and extra crunchy).
professorkowalski: Polish family recipes don't get given away.
kwame: I have lots but one thing that's probably fairly unusual is this thing my mom and dad used to eat. Crumble up corn bread and smother with pinto beans, then drizzle pickle juice all over the whole thing. It's...well, it's pretty damn good.
Shostie: Kyro and I come from very similar culinary traditions, I think.
vernonFL: professorkowalski: Polish family recipes don't get given away.I love golumkis. Cabbage rolls stuffed with pork and rice.Also Kapusta. Kind of a stew.
Kyro: Shostie: Kyro and I come from very similar culinary traditions, I think.Kraft cheese single-slices on bologna, amirite?
Alpha Sierra Foxtrot: Shostie: Kyro and I come from very similar culinary traditions, I think.You want me to send your wife some herbs for the roast chicken?
Kyro: Kraft cheese single-slices on bologna, amirite?
gilatrout: Thanksgiving is coming.Green Chile cornbread stuffing.Combines the Southwest and New England heritages in my family.
professorkowalski: vudukungfu: GołąbkiThanks for paying attention.I already said that.
minoridiot: Being French, from time to time I like to serve dinner mon dieu - including Frahnch fries ... Frahnch dressing ... and Frahnch bread. And to drink ...Pay-roo!
EatenTheSun: I sit in the lawn chair and drink and sometimes pitch washers.
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