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 I guess that is OUR "New Years" food tradition.

How about yours?
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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.
interestingstuff interestingstuff
Apple cider, cookies and sun chips.
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.
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!
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
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