A few years ago, I established a big plate of sushi, a bottle of proper small label, grower produced Champagne, and a quiet evening at home involving heavy use of the sofa and television as my New Year's tradition...ah, the simple pleasures.
To all my readers, many thanks for your support and comments. Here's wishing each of you the best in 2010.
Sushi? Hardly a traditional Italian New Year's Eve dinner!
Today you must remember to eat some grapes, zampone or cotecino, and lentils.
Happy New Year... That looks delicious.
Yes, we had the sushi and bubbly last night. Downtown Ann Arbor Chinese food with all the family today. Thanks for the blog. I'm inspired at least once a week.
I think we might steal your tradition for next year (although we had a fine evening with friends last night).
Happy New Year. I look forward to many new vistas via "Affordable..." in 2010!
Have a happy new year and all the best for 2010. As for the comment on what is what is not traditional - it is quite simple, you make your own tradition. the simple pleasures are the best.
Sushi is definitely more delicate on the liver than zampone or cotechino... but all the pig skin fat does assimilate the alcohol better...
Giuseppe, hope you and yours' have a great New Year! Thanks for your posts!-CG
Happy New Year!
How goes the article on de-funk-ing used shoes from the charity thrifts?
I keep checking in to read it. To no avail, so far.
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