Do you have a NEW YEARS EVE or NEW YEARS DAY, food or drink "tradition"?

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Do you have a NEW YEARS EVE or NEW YEARS DAY, food or drink "tradition"?

Bignuf Bignuf
We don't really dig champagne, so that has never been a biggie for us on New Years, but we always seem to be eating Chinese Food....so I guess that is OUR "New Years" food tradition.

How about yours?
12/29/2011
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wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I used to with my parents. We stayed up eating popcorn and snacks playing Scrabble and Yahtzee. I really liked that tradition and I wish that I could carry that on, but it's hard when no one else wants to do it.

I don't really have any drinks, though... but I'd be willing to start a tradition.
12/29/2011
interestingstuff interestingstuff
Apple cider, cookies and sun chips.
12/30/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Chinese as well, although the few after I kicked my husband out was vegan and red wine. This year is still up in the air, although my mother wants me to make my three-bean chili for the family. I think I'm transitioning on traditional foods at the moment.

I am glad that when I kicked my ex out, that also meant I didn't have to make those damned black-eyed peas on NYD. Despite how shitty each year turned out, he still ate them on New Year's Day to bring good luck.
12/30/2011
switzerland switzerland
none, but it is my first new years with my man, so i'm looking forward to it and starting some new traditions!
12/30/2011
Peggi Peggi
Steamed crabs, shrimp coctail, and alcohol for us! He likes Steele Reserve and I drink it up with some girly-girl drinks like wine coolers
12/30/2011
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