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Black-eyed peas and collard greens are considered foods for good luck. I don’t know about you, but I don’t think you can ever have too much good luck! The following Hoppin’ John recipe uses Cajun-spiced smoked sausage to provide tons of flavor and a bit of heat to the pot. Written by Stephanie O’Dea
I am not a superstitious person. I believe that we are the architects of our own destiny, that it is we who shape our futures, and that we create our own good (or bad) fortune by the way we live our lives. (Just ignore that sound of someone knocking on wood!)
But I also like to hedge my bets. In many cultures around the world it is believed that eating certain foods at the New Year will increase good fortune
Celebrate Chinese New Year with these lettuce cups that will ultimately lead to rising fortunes this year. Yep, eat your way to prosperity!