I love a true Southern New Years Day Dinner and I was raised as a Northerner…..From Southern Illinois.
I didn’t know that there were actually Lucky Foods that you were suppose to eat for the New Year to insure good fortune until I met my husband. His required list is pretty simple: Pork or Ham, Black Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Cornbread. It wasn’t enough for me to just have the list. Oh, no! I wanted to know the reasoning behind the Lucky Foods.
Now that New Year’s Eve is just a few days away, we need to get busy on our New Years Lucky Foods menus and recipes. As the clock ticks away to midnight, it’s a good time to think about the passing year, the challenges and the changes, and resolve to do better in the coming year.
Home Free – Auld Lang Syne
I found this nice video to listen to while I wrote about the Lucky Foods.
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