Katherine Cancila and Dana Vogel
December 28th, 2012 at 11:00 am
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This is a really adorable idea. I never knew foods could be lucky and I’m happy to have an excuse to eat my heart out this holiday
Trying all of these! Maybe I’ll have a lucky 2011?
I love all these finds you made, Katherine! I looked for the same info myself a year ago and couldn’t find all this rich material.
I’ve referenced you in my recent post, How to Throw a Last Minute New Years’ Eve Party: http://www.frugal-mama.com/2010/12/how-to-throw-a-last-minute-new-years-eve-party-2/
You forgot shortbread!
The Filipinos serve “Pancit” (a noodle dish). The noodles signify long life and therefore are not broken when cooking.
You forget a southern dish, that is enjoyed at midnight for good luck in the coming year. That would be a spoon of blackeye peas and cornbread square.
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