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Many of the foods people traditionally eat for luck on New Year's Eve are believed to bring a year of prosperity and good health.


According to Southern traditions, you will have good luck for the entire year if you have the traditional New Year's Day supper. That means a meal of greens, ...


Dec 27, 2016 ... Why these 5 foods are eaten for good luck in the new year. Dec. 27, 2016 at ... New Year's Day 'good luck' food traditions. Play Video - 5:14 ...


Dec 12, 2016 ... Many of the world's most persistent New Year's traditions revolve around eating, with certain foods acting as symbols of the eater's hopes and ...


You've got plenty to do this year, but please—sleep in first. ... For New Year's Day dinner, following Southern tradition, feast on black-eyed peas (for good luck), ...


Nov 23, 2016 ... A traditional New Year's Day menu with cornbread, mustard greens, and ... Start the New Year With These Lucky Southern Food Traditions.


Apr 4, 2017 ... A look at the New Year's traditional foods of the South: black-eyed peas and greens. Eating these foods will bring you luck in the new year.


Looking for good fortune in the New Year? Allrecipes has more than 150 recipes for foods thought to bring good luck, like hoppin' john, collard greens, and ...


Find out how to keep the party going into the new year with easy recipes and cheery cocktails. Find more recipe ideas on Food Network.


Dec 30, 2014 ... What's the deal with New Year's good luck foods? [Photographs ... Mom brought the pork and kraut to our table's traditions; Dad, the black-eyes.