Sunday, January 1, 2012

Happy New Year 2012

If you live in the southern states of the USA, you are eating your black-eyed peas today for good luck in 2012.

Other countries also have their traditional foods. You can read about some of them here.

Send me a comment, telling me what your traditional foods are for celebrating the New Year.

Meggie Mac


  1. Dear Meggie, In Turkey black eyed peas can t be found. but I tasted it. My brother always goes to USA for his business and brings us some tradidional things which we can t find them on Turkey. It is so delicious.
    In turkey, Some Islamic societies don t celebrate new year and also christmas. It is a big sin for their minds. But a lot of people celebrate new year with eating turkey. Like your thanksgiving day. We made turkey and rice. We eat them with some salads and wait 12:00 p.m. to welcome the new year..

  2. In Scotland, shortbread!

  3. I don't really know about Belgian traditions and less about African ones (both my originate countries). But Belgian like eating and celebrating.
    As for your comment on my blog: yes, lavendar colors are my favorite. I like to mix them with orange and other bright ones.


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