Are those spicy peppers?
ImGreat may not give directions to his house, but I would give him and BC directions to mine to judge what I have seen from both of them so far.
If I stick to my religious requirements, I can't have any alcohol or strong caffeinated drinks. i e coffee or tea. Herbal is ok. As are sodas, juices, flavored waters, non-alcoholic eggnog or hot chocolate.
I like this idea above. ^^^^Quote:
Generally I make a sorbet (often basil-lemon, lemon with a very subtle mint, or pear-apple) to use as a palate cleanser. If the flavor progression of the tasting or meal takes a leap from mild to strong (or very spicy) then I make a cream-based palate cleanser, usually whipped cream with just a little bit of agave or honey.
Some were mentioning various alcoholic beverages as palate cleansers if I read that right. Which I prefer not to do because of religious constraints. Shouldn't do coffee or tea, either. Unless it is Herbal Tea. I was wondering if you had any additional ideas.
On Thanksgiving and Christmas, we usually have the traditional turkey, dressing, ham, veggies, sweet potato pie, etc. The only unusual tradition is a hominy dish that is made with sour cream, cheese, and jalapenos. I forget the real name but I call it hot hominy. Good stuff!
My wife and I will gone for Christmas so its what fare we can pick up on the Ship, so, fur New Years it's always:
HAM, (NO POSSOM THIS YEAR) BLACKEYED PEAS AND COLLARDS, mmm, mmmm, mmmm.
I use Knorr Aromat for meat.
Ready to go in fridge for 8 days.