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New Years in South America - South American Food - About.com
South America is a great place to celebrate New Years. There are many different traditions, but it's always a happy occasion shared with family and friends, and ...
Why We Eat Black-Eyed Peas on New Year's Day - Little Rock
Why do we eat black-eyed peas, hog jowls and collard greens on New Year's? ... Southern Traditions ... I guess on leap years, you need to eat an extra one.
New Year's Day Traditions - Southern Food - About.com
New Years Tradition. I am from Georgia and growing up we have ALWAYS ate black eye peas, collards or turnips, cornbread dressing and thinly fried ...
New and Old New Year's Traditions In Russia - Eastern Europe Travel
... old and new ways in Russia. Though some traditions mimic our own, others are unique to this country. ... New Years in Moscow - quartz64/Flickr/CC BY 2.0.
Eastern European New Year's Traditions - How Eastern Europeans ...
Eastern Europeans welcome in the New Year with revelry and special foods for ... on Eastern European New Year's Traditions · Traditional Foods for New Years ...
New Year's Eve Events and Traditions in Italy - Italy Travel - About.com
Ring in the new year Italian style with these events and traditions. ... New Years parties, whether public or private, will often last until sunrise in order to watch the  ...
New Year's Traditional Food - Black-Eyed Peas and Greens are ...
Eating black-eyed peas on New Year's has been considered good luck for at least 1,500 years. According to a portion of the Talmud written around 500 A.D., ...
Black-Eyed Peas, a New Year's Eve Tradition in the South
The catch to all of these superstitious traditions is that the black-eyed peas are ... the Carolinas and Georgia, also via the slave trade, more than 300 years ago.
Traditional Foods for New Years Celebrations - Food Reference
Whether used to signify good luck, wealth, health, or longevity, each food is rich with symbolism. Discover these New Year's food traditions from around the ...
How to Celebrate Chinese New Year Traditions - Chinese Food
Serve festive foods - Throughout the New Years season, certain foods are served because they symbolize abundance and good fortune. Besides preparing ...
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