New Year’s Day Traditions

December 13th, 2008

On New Year’s Day I will be on KOMO 1000 talking about traditions and how we all celebrate the New Year differently. I would love to hear about some of your own New Year’s Day traditions. Please post a comment below to share your traditions with me and be sure to tune in January 1st at 4:15 and 6:15 PST. You can also hear it online at KOMOnews.com. I’m excited to hear from you!

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  • 1. Jill  |  December 13th, 2008 at 2:04 am

    On New Year’s Day I like to sleep in late and let the champagne wear off… then go to brunch with my girlfriends and gossip about the great night we all had. I don’t know if that’s a tradition or not but I do it every year, so it must be becoming one!

  • 2. Betty Casey  |  December 13th, 2008 at 11:09 pm

    Kathy, I like to make hangtown fry for a late breakfast – made with local oysters and lots of crisp bacon. Very northwest.

  • 3. Tammy's dad, Bill  |  December 15th, 2008 at 3:57 am

    Hi Kathy and John.

    We DID the fruitcakes today. Six of the best Jack Daniels and they look jus’ like yours!!

    Gonna send one to Wayne, too.

    Bill

  • 4. Tammy's dad, Bill  |  December 15th, 2008 at 3:59 am

    Hi Kathy and John.

    Made the Jack Daniels fruitcakes today. Gonna send one to Wayne.
    Bill and Marlene

  • 5. Kathy  |  December 15th, 2008 at 6:40 pm

    Hi Bill and Marlene,
    Glad you liked the fruitcakes!

    Happy Holidays,
    Kathy

  • 6. Scott Surdyke  |  December 15th, 2008 at 8:30 pm

    New Years is all about the roasted, herb-crusted Leg of Lamb. It’s also time for us to argue with mom about whether to use a meat thermometer. Mom insists on cooking “the old fashioned way” (without), while we argue that we’ve had one too many dry Legs of Lamb and that its time for a thermometer. We cut slits in the lamb and stuff it with lots of garlic, and we make a great sauce of the lamb “jus” combined with our grandma’s mint jelly (YUM!). Of course, New Years is also a day where we HAVE TO serve good ol’ retro clam dip made with canned clams, cream chees, lemon juice and worcestershire sauce..

  • 7. Janice Vaughns  |  December 16th, 2008 at 5:57 am

    Hi Kathy
    If I’m lucky I get to sleep in which is always a plus. But Cooking Black Eye Peas, Collard Greens and Corn bread. I cooked all this at Dish D’lish in the market and made all the kids have at least one bite for Good Lucky in the New Year. I think they all did well. At Calamity Jane’s we will be serving the Good Luck dish the first week of January. What’s your tradition?

  • 8. Kathy  |  December 17th, 2008 at 12:16 am

    HI Janice – that sounds good! YOu know I love Dim Sum on these holidays – or we also like to do oyster stew — or if just hanging at the house I love to cook up a pot roast in red wine – yum – it makes the house smell soo good!

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