When the clock strikes 12, we’ll toast to the New Year. Most likely, we’ll have a glass of champagne in hand that we’ll use to celebrate and hope it gives us a bit of extra good fortune in the year ahead. Champagne isn’t the only lucky ingredient though. Various cultures across the globe mark the New Year with certain foods thought to be auspicious. After the ball drops, fireworks end and you get some sleep, wake up on Jan. 1 and indulge in one of these five fortuitous foods for the New Year.
Happy New Year!