New Year’s Day ‘good luck’ food traditions
On Jan. 1, people around the world indulge in traditional dishes they hope will bring them good fortune in the new year. Food & Wine’s Gail Simmons joins TODAY to share some of these “Good Luck” recipes, including black-eyed pea stew and spice-roasted ribs.
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