Thursday, December 31

Eat Your Way to a Lucky New Year with Eight Great Lucky Foods

2009 was a terrific year. 2010 is going to be better. How do I know? Because I'll be eating my way to a prosperous 2010.

Whether it's long noodles for longevity, lentils for wealth and abundance, or pork for prosperity, there's a lucky food to suit any palate.

Check out my SDNN.com article "Eight Great Lucky Foods for a Prosperous New Year," for 24 delicious recipes for New Year's Day. Happy New Year!

Asian noodle salad with tofu and mango
Long noodles are symbolic of a long life; just be careful not to break them when eating them, or you risk a shortened life -- Yikes!

16 comments:

Siri said...

Dear Susan,

Wishing you and your family a very Happy and Joyous 2010...Off I am to check out the article..:)

Cheers,
Siri

Susan @ SGCC said...

Wishing you happiness, health and prosperity in 2010, Susan. Felice Anno Nuovo!

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

Hi Susan,wishing u a brite and happy new year...
Want so muc to tell ya that have just tried ur italian biscotti which was really good but didn look as good as urs...maybe some mistakes i made...jus posted about it
will leave u a link on ur post ok....thanx a ton...

Bellini Valli said...

Welcome to 2010 Susan. It is so full of possibilities. Can't wait to see what is in store for FB.I ate 12 grapes last night for good luck.

Ivy said...

All my best wishes to you and yours. Have a wonderful and happy 2010.

Kelly said...

Happy New Year Susan!

Cynthia said...

Happy New Year!

The Teacher Cooks said...

Love your blog. Happy New Year!

Annie said...

Susan I would be so nervous eating those noodles for fear I will die young if my fork accidently broke one,- haha!
I wish you and your family long healthy lives, abundance and prosperity in the new year!

Rose&Thorn said...

Wishing you a very Happy New Year, filled with all the love, health, wealth and happiness you desire.
Many happy meals with lots of long noodles, lentils and pork! (not lucky for the pigs hey?)!

Debbie said...

Hope you have a very happy and healthy new year Susan!

Lori said...

Looks so yummy!
Happy New Year!

Mrs. L said...

I actually did several of these to bring good luck (and I didn't have chicken or lobster...two things I did not know about!)

Susan from Food Blogga said...

siri-Thank you! Same to yours!

susan-Thank you and same to you!

vanillastrawberry-It's important to follow the recipe exactly. I have learned that from lots of experience! Happy New Year!

val-12 grapes? You're set for 2010!

ivy, kelly, cythnia, teachercooks-Happy New Year to you all!

annie-I thought the same thing, actually!

rose-Nope, not so lucky for the pig. ;)

debbie-Same to you!

lori-Thank you!

mrsl-Isn't that lucky? :)

Aparna said...

I'm rather late at wshing you a very Happy New Year, Susan. But better late then never, right? :D

Jeanne said...

And a very happy new year to you too! Off to read the article to see what I should serve next year..

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