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Food Tips to Ponder When Whipping the New Year Feast

New Year's foodNew Year is celebrated with a big bang anywhere in the world. It is an occasion when one reflects on the events of the year past while hoping that the change of calendar will bring good tidings. Though superstitions have almost no place in this millennium, those that have bearings to New Year and good luck have perpetuated to this very day.

Tyler Fox, a chef and blogger shares with the readers some of the symbolisms meant to sway the fortunes of the coming year in this post from The Kansas City Star’s Good Food, Good Fortune: Try these traditional recipes to bring luck in the New Year. He writes: [Read more…]

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Foods to Bring Good Luck for the New Year

Foods to Bring Good LuckThe coming of the New Year awakens the hope that things will go well, and this often prompts people to do whatever they can to make this happen. Proof of this: in many houses all over the world, the New Year’s table will contain foods that are believed to attract good luck.

Noodles

Because of their shape, noodles are customarily associated with long life. Thus, in several Asian countries, noodles are served on New Year. In Woman’s Day’s  10 Good Luck Foods for the New year, Bryn Mannino says:In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it’s customary to eat long noodles, signify longevity, on New Year’s Day. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for “Long-Life Noodles” is a stir-fry.” [Read more…]

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