Food that bring good luck on New Year`s eve
With Christmas gone, New Year`s is just round the corner. 1/1 is a day rife with tradition and symbolic ritual round the globe. For many, January 1st offers an opportunity to forget the past and make a clean start. In Japan, people clean their homes, the Dutch make bonfires from their Christmas trees to expel the old and welcome the new, in Scotland, a tall, dark and handsome man entering the home right after the clock strikes midnight is considered auspicious. Traditions vary from culture to culture, but there are similarities in is being eating across the globe. If you`d like to get yourself some good treat and happiness round the year, here are the food that should be on your New Year table for good luck.
By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 26-12-2016