There are a variety of foods that are believed to be lucky and to improve the odds
that next year will be a great one. Traditions vary from culture to culture, but ...
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.
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.
Dec 28, 2011 ... 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 ...
However the custom arose, Austrians, Swedes, and Germans frequently choose
pork or ham for their New Year's meal. They brought this tradition with them ...
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 ...
As you plan your big New Year's Eve and New Year's Day feasts, take cues from
some of the world's best celebratory dishes.
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.
Dec 30, 2015 ... After some conversations around the office, I learned that almost everyone here
has some kind of food and drink tradition on New Year's Eve ...
Jan 1, 2016 ... On Jan. 1, people around the world indulge in traditional dishes they hope will
bring them good fortune in the new year. Food & Wine's Gail ...