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Lucky New Year's Foods

Are You Ringing in the New Year With Any Lucky Foods?

The holidays may be almost over, but it's not time to put an end to the culinary celebrations just yet! All over the world, revelers will be celebrating 2011 with a plethora of "lucky" foods, from Hoppin' John to juicy grapes. Are you welcoming the New Year with any lucky dishes?

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bsanf3 bsanf3 6 years
I did the black-eyed peas and collard greens
Soniabonya Soniabonya 6 years
Lentil and black eyed peas soup. Mix the Hungarian tradition with some of the American. It took my four stores but I finally found a dry bag of black eyed peas. Every other place was sold out!
fuzzles fuzzles 6 years
There is no such thing as "turkey" bacon. Less fat and better for you? Nope. All the taste of a pair of shoe laces? Yep. Keep it real, folks! :@) Luck and best to all!
ayuninur ayuninur 6 years
Lis32 Lis32 6 years
So kpelli73, are you going to hold out on that dip or share?
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 6 years
Black eyed peas cooked w/ turkey bacon, cabbage cooked w/ turkey bacon, and stone ground buttermilk cornbread! Happy New Year!!!!!! #2011 :party:
loriborealis loriborealis 6 years
Black eyed peas for me down here in Texas.
kpelli73 kpelli73 6 years
For my first New Year's Day in the Southwest I am giving my traditional southern good luck foods a southwestern twist. The pork and greens will be Green Chile Stew and I am making a new recipe I found for a spicy, hot black eyed pea dip.
Lis32 Lis32 6 years
Black-eyed peas for us every New year's Day.
amber512 amber512 6 years
No, I have never even heard of that.
JanetG0307 JanetG0307 6 years
we also always have sauerkraut, homemade! We also eat pork tenderloin, because as the saying goes, if you eat fowl on new years, you'll be scratching for money all year long! oh, and homemade applesauce!
Rancher'sGirl Rancher'sGirl 6 years
Red beans over rice. :drool: Not a "lucky food" but I always put a small jar of coins in my window sill overnight on NYE. :)
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