So New year is coming so many peoples and it’s myth also if New Year days will be good then your whole year will be awesome. If you want to make your New Year as a “Good Luck” so here are few dishes you can try.


This food is famous in Southern United States and traditionally served in a dish called “Hoppin’ John.” After a day Happy New Year leftover “Hoppin’ John” becomes “Skippin’ Jenny,” meant to demonstrate frugality.

2. Long Noodles

“Long Noodles” dish is general served in China,Japan most of the Asian Countries it’s an myth that if you eat this dish its signify longevity, on New Year’s Day. So if you cooking than you should not to broke long noodles it’s an typical preparation for “Long life Noodles” is a stiry fry.

3. Round Fruits

Round fruit is a common New Year’s tradition. Many countries they have a few lucky number like Europe and in the U.S. they have 12 its’ for months in a year and in Philippines they have 13 is for lucky number and they looks like a coin and there sweetness is also common.

4. Whole Fish

In Bengali Religion Fish dish known as a “Good Luck.” In Chinese word “FISH” sound like “abundance” and Chinese celebrations it’s important for the fish be served with the head and tail intact to ensure a good year, from start to finish.

5. Green

In Today’s most of the people are moving for Greens and in America and South Europe they eat green leafy, collards and cabbage on New Year’s because of their colour and appearance. If you eat Green leafs more you eat more healthier life you get.

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