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Happy New Year’s Eve! We’re are just hours away from the start of another year and I’m putting it out into the universe right now; we are gonna rock it H-A-R-D!
But in order to do that we need to start off on the right foot. So along with New Year’s Resolutions (more about that tomorrow) we have to decide what palate-pleasers will prompt prosperity in 2013 (Yeah I had to think long and hard on that one; hope you enjoyed it).
When I was a kid growing up in Sacramento, California, every New Year’s Day found my father in the kitchen cooking up a mess of black-eyed peas, corned beef and cabbage and some sort of dark, leafy greens too (and we thought the fireworks the night before were bad).
After Buff and I got married, we established our own traditions, a mix of old and new. So I thought it might be fun to run through some of the things people traditionally eat on New Year’s Day, what we plan to eat and then let you guys weigh in with your own.