Blog posts tagged with 'new year'

Hoppin' John for a Prosperous New Year

Hoppin' John

Celebrate the New Year with the cherished tradition of Hoppin' John, a dish rooted in Gullah Geechee culture symbolizing hope, prosperity, and good luck. Each component of this savory feast—peas for wealth, greens representing money, and golden cornbread for riches—carries deep significance.

4, 3, 2, YUM! New Year's Food Traditions Around the World

From lucky bites to delicious symbols of fresh beginnings, there's a huge variety of tasty, quirky, meaningful, and superstitious New Year's food traditions around the globe. These are a few of our favorites.

Crowd Pleaser: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Don't let the dreaded hangries ruin your holidays! Put the game on, or some fun board games out, and whip up this quick and delicious buffalo chicken dip for everyone to snack on while dinner is cooking. This creamy, cheesy dish is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. Serve with celery, carrots, and your favorite chips & crackers.

New Year's Eve Noodles

Check out this fun Japanese-inspired dish perfect for ringing in the new year!