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Food: A tradition common to the southern states of the USA dictates that the eating of black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day will attract both general good luck and financial good fortune in ...

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H ere in the South, New Year's Day brings a whole new mess of meaning to the table, from good fortune to a long life. While traditional Southern dishes are enjoyed year-round, failure to incorporate the most symbolic on New Year's Day is very bad luck. Cook up some good luck foods like collard greens and black-eyed peas, and you'll be livin' in high cotton in the year to come.

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14 Good Luck Superstitions from Around the World. BY Suzanne Raga ... houses as a way to wish the recipient good luck in the year to come. ... the first two days of the New Year so that no good ...

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New Years Traditions for food luck. New Years Lucky foods 2019. Traditions from around the World Try these New Years lucky foods to start the year off right! ... and plantains. According to tradition, cook-up rice should be the first thing eaten in the New Year for good luck. Tiny yet mighty, beans are a great source of protein, fiber ...

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New Year's Superstitions. Around the world New Year's Eve is celebrated with different rituals, for a good luck and prosperity.. Each country has its own New Year's superstitions custom and traditions, especially prepared food, special clothes and decorating habits for house.Most people around the world adhere to these special New Year's Eve rituals, believing that it will bring th...

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6 crazy New Year's traditions and superstitions you should try Around the world, people get creative to bring good luck and prosperity in the new year. Here's how. Check out this story on IndyStar ...

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13 New Years Superstitions! Eating black-eyed peas and greens, I remember this one the most from other years and I remember eating them. Eating them brings good luck and financial prosperity. You are to eat the peas with greens for prosperity. The peas represent good luck and the greens represent money.

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7 New Year’s Good Luck Traditions Around the World ... and engage in a variety of traditions and superstitions meant to make their next year a bit better. ... the ocean for good luck on New Year ...

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Here are some of the most popular New Year's Eve traditions and things you can do to bring good luck in 2018, we sure need it after this year! 1. Eat 12 grapes at 12 midnight one for each month of ...

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New Year's Good Luck Traditions around the World. Shutterstock. The new year is the perfect time for a fresh start. People engage in a lot of different, unique and sometimes considered weird, activities to ensure that their new beginning starts off right. Even non-superstitious people secretly participate.