It goes without saying that New Year’s is a hopeful time when we’re all hoping that the next twelve months are going to be just a little better than the last twelve. So it’s no surprise that many New Year’s traditions center on ensuring some good luck. Even if you’re not a believer in luck, lucky superstitions can be hard to resist because there’s always that nagging doubt that maybe they really do work. So whether you really need your fortunes to turn around in 2013 or you just want a little New Year’s fun, here are 10 lucky foods you can make at home.
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