Odd foods that are dropped on New Year’s Eve instead of a ball

Every city has its own way of celebrating the turn of a new year. There’s no shortage of alcohol, parties and dazzling, dropping disco balls dangling from towers. But for some towns, this all seems just a bit too boring. Here are 13 towns that celebrate New Year’s Eve by dropping something a little more flavorful than a sparkly ball. https://www.instagram.com/p/BOme7KmDegD/?taken-by=rosaduartetv 1. A Peep (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)  Peeps usually make their only appearance during Easter, but in Bethlehem, the town where the famous candy was invented, New Years Eve brings the annual “PeepFest.” Every year on the 31st of December, a gigantic 400-pound Peep is dropped at precisely 5:15 p.m., followed by a colorful fireworks display. The massive Peep is made out of fiberglass and therefore, unfortunately, it is inedible. However, the big yellow icon is still a joy to see and something locals look forward to at the end of every year. https://www.instagram.com/p/xFFif8vEEj/?tagged=moonpieovermobile 2. A Moonpie (Mobile, Alabama)…

Dill pickle potato salad is a new take on a picnic time classic

Dill pickle potato salad is the perfect summer sidekick to barbecue, hot dogs, and just about any outdoor meal. Boiled potatoes are mixed with crunchy pickle pieces, minced onion, eggs and a creamy mustard dressing for a flavorful take on an old classic. Whether or not you’re a fan of potato salad, this is the recipe for you. As a full-blow mayo hater, I’m always looking for ways to work around recipes that call for it as an ingredient. This recipe still calls for some, but the zingy mustard and the briny pickles don’t let the taste, or consistency, of the mayo take center stage. Potato salad is usually just a side dish, but don’t be surprised if this one becomes the star of the meal. Dill Pickle Potato Salad Ingredients 5 russet potatoes, cubed (and peeled if you prefer) 1.5 tsp salt 5 eggs, hard-boiled, peeled and roughly…