Ever wonder why Southerners eat certain foods to ring in the new year? Or, what are the traditional foods that make up a Southern New Year's menu and how they came to be?  Read on to find out & grab some great recipes from Deep South Dish!

Ever wonder why Southerners eat certain foods to ring in the new year? Or, what are the traditional foods that make up a Southern New Year's menu and how they came to be? Read on to find out & grab some great recipes from Deep South Dish!

Many of the foods people traditionally eat for luck on New Year's Eve are believed to bring a year of prosperity and good health.

New Years Lucky foods Read about traditions from around the World and try these good luck foods for new years to start 2016 on the right note.

10 New Year's Food Traditions from around the world with 19 recipes to match.

10 New Year’s Food Traditions from around the World

The traditional Greek New Year's lucky cake (Vasilopita) made each year in every household on New Year's Eve and cut right after midnight on New Year's Day.

The traditional Greek New Year's lucky cake (Vasilopita) made each year in every household on New Year's Eve and cut right after midnight on New Year's Day.

Champagne Cake Bites - a unique take on a traditional cupcake this fun dessert will wow the guests at your next party or grown-ups only family get-together.  A great dessert idea and a unique take on a cupcake. Super easy to make, they will be a big hit on your Christmas dessert table or at your New Year's Eve Party. Pin this fun Holiday treat for later and follow us for more Christmas food ideas. #ChristmasDesserts #ChristmasTreats #NewYearsEveFood via @2SistersCraft

Champagne Cake Bites

Champagne Cake Bites - a unique take on a traditional cupcake this fun dessert will wow the guests at your next party or grown-ups only family get-together. A great dessert idea and a unique take on a cupcake. Super easy to make, they will be a big hit on your Christmas dessert table or at your New Year's Eve Party. Pin this fun Holiday treat for later and follow us for more Christmas food ideas. #ChristmasDesserts #ChristmasTreats #NewYearsEveFood via @2SistersCraft

Great ideas for celebrating your New Years Eve with family! Make the kids a part of the party with these tips.

10 Things to Do with Kids on New Year's Eve

If you have kids, you may be trying to find some kid-friendly ways to celebrate New Year's Eve with the kids. Here are 10 ideas that can be fun for the whole family!

Curious about what foods to eat on New Years Day to bring good luck through the year? Check out this list of New Year's Day Lucky Foods!

New Year's Day Lucky Foods

Curious about what foods to eat on New Years Day to bring good luck through the year? Check out this list of New Year's Day Lucky Foods!

Persian Herb Rice or Sabzi Polow is a traditional Iranian dish usually served with fish, especially on Nowruz, the Persian New Year. Make this of another of the great recipes in this post to celebrate #WeekdaySupper!

Persian Herb Rice or Sabzi Polow is a traditional Iranian dish usually served with fish, especially on Nowruz, the Persian New Year. Make this of another of the great recipes in this post to celebrate (Herb Rice Recipes)

The Christmas season is one of the happiest celebrations for Filipinos. It is the celebration of the birth of Christ. It means gift-giving. feast and tradition, food and family bonding. After Christmas, we celebrate the coming of the the new year....

The Yummiest Philippine Desserts Ever

The Christmas season is one of the happiest celebrations for Filipinos. It is the celebration of the birth of Christ. It means gift-giving. feast and tradition, food and family bonding. After Christmas, we celebrate the coming of the the new year....

Slow Cooker New Year's Day Black Eyed Peas

New Year's Black-Eyed Peas

The years in the past I always think to make these New Year's Day Black-Eyed Peas too late in the day. Some think that eating black eyed peas on New Year's Day will bring prosperity in the new year.

Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens: a New Year's Tradition {recipes for both plus Chicken Pilau and Cornbread}

Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens: a New Year's Tradition

South Your Mouth: Black-Eyed Peas and Collard Greens: a New Year's Tradition substitute any pork in recipes with smoked turkey legs or wings or beef/turkey sausage

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