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Hoe gesondheidspersoneel Oujaarsaand deurbring

Hoe gesondheidspersoneel Oujaarsaand deurbring

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Daar is maniere om fees te vier sonder om al jou gesonde gewoontes weg te gooi.

Dis die aand voor jou skop jou resolusie af. Gaan eerder na Oujaarsaand in die hoop om die afgelope jaar te vier en 'n gesonde jaar vorentoe te begin.

Klik hier vir die skyfievertoning van hoe gesondheidspersoneel oujaarsaand deurbring.

Gesondheidswerkers is toevallig meer normaal as wat u dink, en hulle geniet dit om af en toe lekkergoed te drink en alkohol te drink. In plaas daarvan om skuldig te voel, berei hulle voor op spesiale nagte, soos Oujaarsaand, en besluit om dit nie te oordoen nie. Hulle beplan sukses deur hul eie voorgeregte, nageregte en selfs saam te bring cocktail versoeter. Ons het met drie gesondheidswerkers gesels oor hoe om Oujaarsaand op 'n gesonde manier deur te bring.


20 nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies wat u in 2021 baie geluk sal bring

Mense het hul eie draai op Nuwejaar, maar kos is die een ding wat hulle gemeen het, en jy wil al hierdie gelukkige kosse vir die nuwe jaar probeer.

Regoor die wêreld verwelkom mense 'n nuwe jaar op verskillende maniere. Van onvergelykbare vuurwerkvertonings in Australië tot watergewere in die strate van Thailand, die herdenking van die nuwe jaar kom op baie maniere, vorms en maniere voor. Maar een ding wat alle vieringe in gemeen het? Kos. Of jy nou aan jou gunsteling maaltyd smul of aan kos eet wat jou geluk in die nuwe jaar sal bring, daar is ontelbare oujaarsvoertradisies wat mense wêreldwyd volg in die hoop om die volgende hoofstuk van hul lewens aan die regterkant te begin voet. Sommige tradisies vra vir noedels, terwyl ander koeke vra, maar ongeag hoe uiteenlopend die maaltye is, dui die meeste nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies op die een of ander manier op beweging, voorspoed en gesondheid.

Na 'n jaar soos 2020 met soveel hartseer, teleurstellings en ontberings, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die voortslepende COVID-19-pandemie, sal die verwelkoming van 'n nuwe jaar nog soeter voel as gewoonlik. Met nuut ingevoerde en goedgekeurde entstowwe op hande, kan 2021 soos 'n vars asem waarna die grootste deel van die wêreld sedert Maart verlang voel. Maar vir eers woed die koronavirus aan en bereik elke dag nuwe, rekordgetalle gevalle, hospitalisasies en sterftes, en daarom raai die Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) groot vakansies hierdie vakansieseisoen aan. Alhoewel u jaarlikse oujaarspartytjie moontlik nie ter sprake is nie, kan u en u kwaranteam nog steeds die nuwe jaar op u eie manier vier, soos om 'n smaakproefpartytjie saam met tradisies van oujaarsaand van regoor die wêreld te hou. En hoewel u miskien nie glo dat wat u op 31 Desember eet, 'n rol kan speel in die volgende jaar van u lewe nie, kan 'n bietjie ekstra geluk in 2021 nie skade doen nie, en watter beter manier om dit te bereik as om 'n paar hierdie gelukkige kos vir die nuwe jaar?

Voordat die klok op 31 Desember middernag slaan, neem mense in Spanje en Spaanse sprekende lande regoor die wêreld deel aan 'n tradisie genaamd las doce uvas de la suerte, die 12 gelukkige druiwe. Die doel is om al 12 voor middernag te eet, as jy geluk wil hê in die nuwe jaar, volgens NPR.

Volgens CNN is Kransekage 'n kranskoektoring wat bestaan ​​uit verskeie koekringe wat op mekaar gestapel is. Die nageregte is deel van die tradisies van Oujaarsaand in Noorweë en Denemarke. Die koek is gemaak met marsepein, word dikwels rondom 'n bottel wyn of Aquavit in die middel gebou en kan vir enige spesiale geleentheid versier word.

Die smaak en bestanddele van Tteokguk, oftewel Korea se nuwejaarsop, wissel volgens streek. Maar die basis word gewoonlik gemaak met 'n proteïenbouillon in 'n sojasous, en dan word silindriese ryskoeke by die sop gevoeg. Volgens die Culture Trip is Tteokguk een van die vele kosse wat as 'n offer aan die voorgeslagte van die gesin op Seollal, die Koreaanse nuwe jaar, voorberei is. Daar word gesê dat iemand nie 'n jaar ouer kan word voordat hy 'n bakkie tteokguk gekry het nie.

Een van Frankryk se nuwejaars tradisies vind eintlik plaas enkele dae na 1 Januarie. Volgens France 24, 'n nuusnetwerk in Parys, het die galette des rois, of konings koek, word tradisioneel op die eerste Sondag van die jaar geëet om die Epifanie in die Christendom te vier. Die koek word gereeld gemaak met blaardeeg en frangipane, 'n room of pasta met 'n amandelgeur, maar dit kan met baie ander lekkers gevul word. Ongeag die vulsel, die galette des rois verberg altyd die gesogte, egravee of boontjie, 'n keramiek snuistery of sjarme, en die persoon wat dit vind, word met geluk bejammer.

Tamales is 'n tradisionele Mexikaanse gereg wat gemaak is van koringdeeg gevul met vleis, kaas en enigiets anders wat jy wil hê, en dan toegedraai in 'n piesangblaar of mielieskil. Alhoewel tamales die hele jaar deur en by die meeste spesiale geleenthede geëet word, kry dit 'n spesiale betekenis gedurende die vakansieseisoen. CNN het berig dat gesinne bymekaar kom om tamales te maak, en elke aspek van die kookproses aan elke individuele persoon toewys. Op Oujaarsaand word tamales bedien met menudo, 'n tripe en hominy sop.

Hierdie Hollandse lekkernye word gemaak van braai klein balletjies deeg gevul met rosyne of aalbessies in 'n pan warm olie, vandaar die naam Oliebollen, of olieballe, berig die Dutch Review, 'n Nederlandse tydskrif. Oliebollen, wat in die Verenigde State bekend staan ​​as Nederlandse donuts, word bedek met poeiermelk en kan met ander bestanddele, soos kaneel of appelstukke, gemaak word. Die nagereg word gereeld op Oujaarsaand geëet en met sjampanje afgespoel.

Volgens The Culture Trip is Kuku sabzi 'n tipe frittata gemaak met eiers en vars kruie. Die gereg word tradisioneel bedien by Nowruz, die Iraanse nuwe jaar, wat tydens die lente -equinox plaasvind. Kuku sabzi beloof vrugbaarheid en oorvloed in die komende jaar.

Die Bulgaarse banitsa is een van die vele ronde koeke wat op Oujaarsaand regoor die wêreld geëet word. Volgens die vorm van die ou jaar het die ou jaar aangebreek en geëindig, en die nuwe jaar gee u 'n kans om nuut te begin, volgens die Bulgaarse nasionale radio. Die banitsa word tradisioneel gemaak met filodeeg, eiers en vet, maar resepte wissel in verskillende dele van die land. Ongeag waarheen u gaan, vind u egter altyd takkies of ander stokkies in die skottel, elkeen verteenwoordig goeie wense vir u familielede.

Alhoewel hierdie kos vir Oujaarsaand nie kos bevat nie, is dit iets wat mense in El Salvador elke jaar doen. 'N Minuut voor middernag kraak elke familielid 'n eier in 'n glas water, berig The Culture Trip en laat hulle oornag sit. Die volgende oggend gee die vorm van die eier u 'n idee van wat u toekoms inhou.

Volgens die Latynse mediamaatskappy is ons mit & uacute, die Roscas de Reyes, koningskroon, is 'n brioche-styl koek, gevul en bedek met versuikerde vrugte. Die koek word dikwels gekombineer met tradisionele Mexikaanse warm sjokolade, wat die inheemse oorsprong van sjokolade beklemtoon. Binne die Roscas vind u ten minste een, indien nie meer nie, babas wat die pasgebore Jesus Christus verteenwoordig.

Volgens China Post, in China, Japan en ander Asiatiese lande, is dit gewoonte om op Nuwejaarsdag en tydens die maan -nuwe jaar lang noedels, wat 'n lang lewe beteken, te eet. Aangesien die noedels nooit gebreek of verkort moet word tydens die kookproses nie, is die tipiese voorbereiding vir 'Long-Life Noodles' 'n roerbraai.


20 nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies wat u in 2021 baie geluk sal bring

Mense sit hul eie draai op Nuwejaar, maar kos is die een ding wat hulle gemeen het, en jy wil al hierdie gelukkige kosse vir die nuwe jaar probeer.

Regoor die wêreld verwelkom mense 'n nuwe jaar op verskillende maniere. Van onvergelykbare vuurwerkvertonings in Australië tot watergewere in die strate van Thailand, die herdenking van die nuwe jaar kom op baie maniere, vorms en maniere voor. Maar een ding wat alle vieringe in gemeen het? Kos. Of jy nou aan jou gunsteling maaltyd smul of aan kos eet wat jou geluk in die nuwe jaar sal bring, daar is ontelbare oujaarsvoertradisies wat mense wêreldwyd volg in die hoop om die volgende hoofstuk van hul lewens aan die regterkant te begin voet. Sommige tradisies vra vir noedels, terwyl ander koeke vra, maar ongeag hoe uiteenlopend die maaltye is, dui die meeste nuwejaarsvoertradisies op die een of ander manier op beweging, voorspoed en gesondheid.

Na 'n jaar soos 2020 wat soveel hartseer, teleurstellings en ontberinge gehad het, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die voortslepende COVID-19-pandemie, sal die verwelkoming van 'n nuwe jaar nog soeter voel as gewoonlik. Met nuut ingevoerde en goedgekeurde entstowwe op hande, kan 2021 soos 'n vars asem waarna die grootste deel van die wêreld sedert Maart verlang voel. Maar vir eers woed die koronavirus aan en bereik elke dag nuwe, rekordgetalle gevalle, hospitalisasies en sterftes, en daarom raai die Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) groot vakansies hierdie vakansieseisoen aan. Alhoewel u jaarlikse oujaarspartytjie moontlik nie ter sprake is nie, kan u en u kwaranteam nog steeds die nuwe jaar op u eie manier vier, soos om 'n smaakproefpartytjie saam met tradisies van oujaarsaand van regoor die wêreld te hou. En hoewel u miskien nie glo dat wat u op 31 Desember eet, 'n rol kan speel in die volgende jaar van u lewe nie, kan 'n bietjie ekstra geluk in 2021 nie skade doen nie, en watter beter manier om dit te bereik as om 'n paar hierdie gelukkige kos vir die nuwe jaar?

Voordat die klok op 31 Desember om middernag slaan, neem mense in Spanje en Spaanstalige lande regoor die wêreld deel aan 'n tradisie genaamd las doce uvas de la suerte, die 12 gelukkige druiwe. Die doel is om al 12 voor middernag te eet, as jy geluk wil hê in die nuwe jaar, volgens NPR.

Volgens CNN is Kransekage 'n kranskoektoring wat bestaan ​​uit verskeie koekringe wat op mekaar gestapel is. Die nageregte is deel van die tradisies van Oujaarsaand in Noorweë en Denemarke. Die koek is gemaak met marsepein, word dikwels rondom 'n bottel wyn of Aquavit in die middel gebou en kan vir enige spesiale geleentheid versier word.

Die smaak en bestanddele van Tteokguk, oftewel Korea se nuwejaarsop, wissel volgens streek. Maar die basis word gewoonlik gemaak met 'n proteïenbouillon in 'n sojasous, en dan word silindriese ryskoeke by die sop gevoeg. Volgens die Culture Trip is Tteokguk een van die vele kosse wat as 'n offer aan die voorgeslagte van die gesin op Seollal, die Koreaanse nuwe jaar, voorberei is. Daar word gesê dat iemand nie 'n jaar ouer kan word voordat hy 'n bakkie tteokguk gekry het nie.

Een van Frankryk se nuwejaars tradisies vind eintlik plaas enkele dae na 1 Januarie. Volgens France 24, 'n nuusnetwerk in Parys, het die galette des rois, of konings koek, word tradisioneel op die eerste Sondag van die jaar geëet om die Epifanie in die Christendom te vier. Die koek word gereeld gemaak met blaardeeg en frangipane, 'n room of pasta met 'n amandelgeur, maar dit kan in plaas daarvan met baie ander lekkers gevul word. Ongeag die vulsel, die galette des rois verberg altyd die gesogte, egravee of boontjie, 'n keramiek snuistery of sjarme, en die persoon wat dit vind, word met geluk bejammer.

Tamales is 'n tradisionele Mexikaanse gereg wat gemaak is van koringdeeg gevul met vleis, kaas en enigiets anders wat jy wil hê, en dan toegedraai in 'n piesangblaar of mielieskil. Alhoewel tamales die hele jaar deur en by die meeste spesiale geleenthede geëet word, kry dit 'n spesiale betekenis gedurende die vakansieseisoen. CNN het berig dat gesinne bymekaar kom om tamales te maak, en elke aspek van die kookproses aan elke individuele persoon toewys. Op Oujaarsaand word tamales bedien met menudo, 'n tripe en hominy sop.

Hierdie Hollandse lekkernye word gemaak van braai klein balletjies deeg gevul met rosyne of aalbessies in 'n pan warm olie, vandaar die naam Oliebollen, of olieballe, berig die Dutch Review, 'n Nederlandse tydskrif. Oliebollen, wat in die Verenigde State bekend staan ​​as Nederlandse donuts, word bedek met poeiermelk en kan met ander bestanddele, soos kaneel of appelstukke, gemaak word. Die nagereg word gereeld op Oujaarsaand geëet en met sjampanje afgespoel.

Volgens The Culture Trip is Kuku sabzi 'n tipe frittata gemaak met eiers en vars kruie. Die gereg word tradisioneel bedien by Nowruz, die Iraanse nuwe jaar, wat tydens die lente -equinox plaasvind. Kuku sabzi beloof vrugbaarheid en oorvloed in die komende jaar.

Die Bulgaarse banitsa is een van die vele ronde koeke wat op Oujaarsaand regoor die wêreld geëet word. Die vorm dui aan dat die ou jaar aangebreek het, en die nuwe jaar gee u 'n kans om nuut te begin, volgens die Bulgaarse nasionale radio. Die banitsa word tradisioneel gemaak met filodeeg, eiers en vet, maar resepte wissel in verskillende dele van die land. Ongeag waarheen u gaan, daar sal egter altyd takkies of ander stokkies in die skottel geplaas word, wat elkeen goeie wense vir u familielede verteenwoordig.

Alhoewel hierdie kos vir Oujaarsaand nie kos bevat nie, is dit iets wat mense in El Salvador elke jaar doen. 'N Minuut voor middernag kraak elke familielid 'n eier in 'n glas water, berig The Culture Trip en laat hulle oornag sit. Die volgende oggend gee die eiervorm jou 'n idee van wat jou toekoms inhou.

Volgens die Latynse mediamaatskappy is ons mit & uacute, die Roscas de Reyes, koningskroon, is 'n brioche-styl koek, gevul en bedek met versuikerde vrugte. Die koek word dikwels gekombineer met tradisionele Mexikaanse warm sjokolade, wat die inheemse oorsprong van sjokolade beklemtoon. Binne die Roscas vind u ten minste een, indien nie meer nie, babas wat die pasgebore Jesus Christus verteenwoordig.

Volgens China Post, in China, Japan en ander Asiatiese lande, is dit gewoonte om op Nuwejaarsdag en tydens die maan -nuwe jaar lang noedels, wat 'n lang lewe beteken, te eet. Aangesien die noedels nooit gebreek of verkort moet word tydens die kookproses nie, is die tipiese voorbereiding vir 'Long-Life Noodles' 'n roerbraai.


20 nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies wat u in 2021 baie geluk sal bring

Mense het hul eie draai op Nuwejaar, maar kos is die een ding wat hulle gemeen het, en jy wil al hierdie gelukkige kosse vir die nuwe jaar probeer.

Regoor die wêreld verwelkom mense 'n nuwe jaar op verskillende maniere. Van onvergelykbare vuurwerkvertonings in Australië tot watergewere in die strate van Thailand, die herdenking van die nuwe jaar kom op baie maniere, vorms en maniere voor. Maar een ding wat alle vieringe in gemeen het? Kos. Of jy nou aan jou gunsteling maaltyd smul of aan kosse smul wat jou in die nuwe jaar voorspoed sal gee, daar is talle oujaarsmaaltyd tradisies wat mense wêreldwyd volg in die hoop om die volgende hoofstuk van hul lewens aan die regterkant te begin voet. Sommige tradisies vra vir noedels, terwyl ander koeke vra, maar ongeag hoe uiteenlopend die maaltye is, dui die meeste nuwejaarsvoertradisies op die een of ander manier op beweging, voorspoed en gesondheid.

Na 'n jaar soos 2020 met soveel hartseer, teleurstellings en ontberings, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die voortslepende COVID-19-pandemie, sal die verwelkoming van 'n nuwe jaar nog soeter voel as gewoonlik. Met nuut ingevoerde en goedgekeurde entstowwe op hande, kan 2021 soos 'n vars asem waarna die grootste deel van die wêreld sedert Maart verlang voel. Maar vir eers woed die koronavirus aan en bereik elke dag nuwe, rekordgetalle gevalle, hospitalisasies en sterftes, en daarom raai die Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) groot vakansies hierdie vakansieseisoen aan. Alhoewel u jaarlikse oujaarspartytjie moontlik nie ter sprake is nie, kan u en u kwaranteam nog steeds die nuwe jaar op u eie manier vier, soos om 'n smaakproefpartytjie saam met tradisies van oujaarsaand van regoor die wêreld te hou. En hoewel u miskien nie glo dat wat u op 31 Desember eet, 'n rol kan speel in die volgende jaar van u lewe nie, kan 'n bietjie ekstra geluk in 2021 nie skade doen nie, en watter beter manier om dit te bereik as om 'n paar hierdie gelukkige kos vir die nuwe jaar?

Voordat die klok op 31 Desember middernag slaan, neem mense in Spanje en Spaanse sprekende lande regoor die wêreld deel aan 'n tradisie genaamd las doce uvas de la suerte, die 12 gelukkige druiwe. Die doel is om al 12 voor middernag te eet, as jy geluk wil hê in die nuwe jaar, volgens NPR.

Volgens CNN is Kransekage 'n kranskoektoring wat bestaan ​​uit verskeie koekringe wat op mekaar gestapel is. Die nageregte is deel van die tradisies van Oujaarsaand in Noorweë en Denemarke. Die koek is gemaak met marsepein, word dikwels rondom 'n bottel wyn of Aquavit in die middel gebou en kan vir enige spesiale geleentheid versier word.

Die smaak en bestanddele van Tteokguk, oftewel Korea se nuwejaarsop, wissel volgens streek. Maar die basis word gewoonlik gemaak met 'n proteïenbouillon in 'n sojasous, en dan word silindriese ryskoeke by die sop gevoeg. Volgens die Culture Trip is Tteokguk een van die vele kosse wat as 'n offer aan die voorgeslagte van die gesin op Seollal, die Koreaanse nuwe jaar, voorberei is. Daar word gesê dat iemand nie 'n jaar ouer kan word voordat hy 'n bakkie tteokguk gekry het nie.

Een van Frankryk se nuwejaars tradisies vind eintlik plaas enkele dae na 1 Januarie. Volgens France 24, 'n nuusnetwerk in Parys, het die galette des rois, of konings koek, word tradisioneel op die eerste Sondag van die jaar geëet om die Epifanie in die Christendom te vier. Die koek word gereeld gemaak met blaardeeg en frangipane, 'n room of pasta met 'n amandelgeur, maar dit kan in plaas daarvan met baie ander lekkers gevul word. Ongeag die vulsel, die galette des rois verberg altyd die gesogte, egraveerde of boontjie, 'n keramiek snuistery of sjarme, en die persoon wat dit vind, word met geluk bejammer.

Tamales is 'n tradisionele Mexikaanse gereg wat gemaak is van koringdeeg gevul met vleis, kaas en enigiets anders wat jy wil hê, en dan toegedraai in 'n piesangblaar of mielieskil. Alhoewel tamales die hele jaar deur en by die meeste spesiale geleenthede geëet word, kry dit 'n spesiale betekenis gedurende die vakansieseisoen. CNN het berig dat gesinne bymekaarkom om tamales te maak, en een aspek van die kookproses aan elke individuele persoon toewys. Op Oujaarsaand word tamales bedien met menudo, 'n tripe en hominy sop.

Hierdie Hollandse lekkernye word gemaak van braai klein balletjies deeg gevul met rosyne of aalbessies in 'n pan warm olie, vandaar die naam Oliebollen, of olieballe, berig die Dutch Review, 'n Nederlandse tydskrif. Oliebollen, wat in die Verenigde State bekend staan ​​as Nederlandse donuts, word bedek met poeiermelk en kan met ander bestanddele, soos kaneel of appelstukke, gemaak word. Die nagereg word gereeld op Oujaarsaand geëet en met sjampanje afgespoel.

Volgens The Culture Trip is Kuku sabzi 'n tipe frittata gemaak met eiers en vars kruie. Die gereg word tradisioneel bedien by Nowruz, die Iraanse nuwe jaar, wat tydens die lente -equinox plaasvind. Kuku sabzi beloof vrugbaarheid en oorvloed in die komende jaar.

Die Bulgaarse banitsa is een van die vele ronde koeke wat op Oujaarsaand regoor die wêreld geëet word. Volgens die vorm van die ou jaar het die ou jaar aangebreek en geëindig, en die nuwe jaar gee u 'n kans om nuut te begin, volgens die Bulgaarse nasionale radio. Die banitsa word tradisioneel gemaak met filodeeg, eiers en vet, maar resepte wissel in verskillende dele van die land. Ongeag waarheen u gaan, vind u egter altyd takkies of ander stokkies in die skottel, elkeen verteenwoordig goeie wense vir u familielede.

Terwyl hierdie tradisie van Oujaarsaand nie kos behels nie, is dit iets wat mense in El Salvador elke jaar doen. 'N Minuut voor middernag kraak elke familielid 'n eier in 'n glas water, berig The Culture Trip en laat hulle oornag sit. Die volgende oggend gee die eiervorm jou 'n idee van wat jou toekoms inhou.

Volgens die Latynse mediamaatskappy is ons mit & uacute, die Roscas de Reyes, koningskroon, is 'n brioche-styl koek, gevul en bedek met versuikerde vrugte. Die koek word dikwels gekombineer met tradisionele Mexikaanse warm sjokolade, wat die inheemse oorsprong van sjokolade beklemtoon. Binne die Roscas vind u ten minste een, indien nie meer nie, babas wat die pasgebore Jesus Christus verteenwoordig.

In China, Japan en ander Asiatiese lande is dit volgens Washington Post gebruiklik om lang noedels, wat lang lewe aandui, te eet, op Oujaarsdag en tydens die maanjaar. Aangesien die noedels nooit gebreek of verkort moet word tydens die kookproses nie, is die tipiese voorbereiding vir 'Long-Life Noodles' 'n roerbraai.


20 nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies wat u in 2021 baie geluk sal bring

Mense sit hul eie draai op Nuwejaar, maar kos is die een ding wat hulle gemeen het, en jy wil al hierdie gelukkige kosse vir die nuwe jaar probeer.

Regoor die wêreld verwelkom mense 'n nuwe jaar op verskillende maniere. Van onvergelykbare vuurwerkvertonings in Australië tot watergewere in die strate van Thailand, die herdenking van die nuwe jaar kom op baie maniere, vorms en maniere voor. Maar een ding wat alle vieringe in gemeen het? Kos. Of jy nou aan jou gunsteling maaltyd smul of aan kosse smul wat jou in die nuwe jaar voorspoed sal gee, daar is talle oujaarsmaaltyd tradisies wat mense wêreldwyd volg in die hoop om die volgende hoofstuk van hul lewens aan die regterkant te begin voet. Sommige tradisies vra vir noedels, terwyl ander koeke vra, maar ongeag hoe uiteenlopend die maaltye is, dui die meeste nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies op die een of ander manier op beweging, voorspoed en gesondheid.

Na 'n jaar soos 2020 wat soveel hartseer, teleurstellings en ontberinge gehad het, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die voortslepende COVID-19-pandemie, sal die verwelkoming van 'n nuwe jaar nog soeter voel as gewoonlik. Met nuut ingevoerde en goedgekeurde entstowwe op hande, kan 2021 soos 'n vars asem waarna die grootste deel van die wêreld sedert Maart verlang voel. Maar vir eers woed die koronavirus aan en bereik elke dag nuwe, rekordgetalle gevalle, hospitalisasies en sterftes, en daarom raai die Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) groot vakansies hierdie vakansieseisoen aan. Alhoewel u jaarlikse oujaarspartytjie moontlik nie ter sprake is nie, kan u en u kwaranteam nog steeds die nuwe jaar op u eie manier vier, soos om 'n smaakproefpartytjie saam met tradisies van oujaarsaand van regoor die wêreld te hou. En hoewel u miskien nie glo dat wat u op 31 Desember eet, 'n rol kan speel in die volgende jaar van u lewe nie, kan 'n bietjie ekstra geluk in 2021 nie skade doen nie, en watter beter manier om dit te bereik as om 'n paar hierdie gelukkige kos vir die nuwe jaar?

Voordat die klok op 31 Desember om middernag slaan, neem mense in Spanje en Spaanstalige lande regoor die wêreld deel aan 'n tradisie genaamd las doce uvas de la suerte, die 12 gelukkige druiwe. Die doel is om al 12 voor middernag te eet, as jy geluk wil hê in die nuwe jaar, volgens NPR.

Volgens CNN is Kransekage 'n kranskoektoring wat bestaan ​​uit verskeie koekringe wat op mekaar gestapel is. Die nageregte is deel van die tradisies van Oujaarsaand in Noorweë en Denemarke. Die koek is gemaak met marsepein, word dikwels rondom 'n bottel wyn of Aquavit in die middel gebou en kan vir enige spesiale geleentheid versier word.

Die smaak en bestanddele van Tteokguk, oftewel Korea se nuwejaarsop, wissel volgens streek. Maar die basis word gewoonlik gemaak met 'n proteïenbouillon in 'n sojasous, en dan word silindriese ryskoeke by die sop gevoeg. Volgens die Culture Trip is Tteokguk een van die vele kosse wat as 'n offer aan die voorgeslagte van die gesin op Seollal, die Koreaanse nuwe jaar, voorberei is. Daar word gesê dat iemand nie 'n jaar ouer kan word voordat hy 'n bakkie tteokguk gekry het nie.

Een van Frankryk se nuwejaars tradisies vind eintlik plaas enkele dae na 1 Januarie. Volgens France 24, 'n nuusnetwerk in Parys, het die galette des rois, of konings koek, word tradisioneel op die eerste Sondag van die jaar geëet om die Epifanie in die Christendom te vier. Die koek word gereeld gemaak met blaardeeg en frangipane, 'n room of pasta met 'n amandelgeur, maar dit kan in plaas daarvan met baie ander lekkers gevul word. Ongeag die vulsel, die galette des rois verberg altyd die gesogte, egravee of boontjie, 'n keramiek snuistery of sjarme, en die persoon wat dit vind, word met geluk bejammer.

Tamales is 'n tradisionele Mexikaanse gereg wat gemaak is van koringdeeg gevul met vleis, kaas en enigiets anders wat jy wil hê, en dan toegedraai in 'n piesangblaar of mielieskil. Alhoewel tamales die hele jaar deur en by die meeste spesiale geleenthede geëet word, kry dit 'n spesiale betekenis gedurende die vakansieseisoen. CNN het berig dat gesinne bymekaar kom om tamales te maak, en elke aspek van die kookproses aan elke individuele persoon toewys. Op Oujaarsaand word tamales bedien met menudo, 'n tripe en hominy sop.

Hierdie Hollandse lekkernye word gemaak van braai klein balletjies deeg gevul met rosyne of aalbessies in 'n pan warm olie, vandaar die naam Oliebollen, of olieballe, berig die Dutch Review, 'n Nederlandse tydskrif. Oliebollen, wat in die Verenigde State bekend staan ​​as Nederlandse donuts, word bedek met poeiermelk en kan met ander bestanddele, soos kaneel of appelstukke, gemaak word. Die nagereg word gereeld op Oujaarsaand geëet en met sjampanje afgespoel.

Volgens The Culture Trip is Kuku sabzi 'n tipe frittata gemaak met eiers en vars kruie. Die gereg word tradisioneel bedien by Nowruz, die Iraanse nuwe jaar, wat tydens die lente -equinox plaasvind. Kuku sabzi beloof vrugbaarheid en oorvloed in die komende jaar.

Die Bulgaarse banitsa is een van die vele ronde koeke wat op Oujaarsaand regoor die wêreld geëet word. Die vorm dui aan dat die ou jaar aangebreek het, en die nuwe jaar gee u 'n kans om nuut te begin, volgens die Bulgaarse nasionale radio. Die banitsa word tradisioneel gemaak met filodeeg, eiers en vet, maar resepte wissel in verskillende dele van die land. Ongeag waarheen u gaan, vind u egter altyd takkies of ander stokkies in die skottel, elkeen verteenwoordig goeie wense vir u familielede.

Terwyl hierdie tradisie van Oujaarsaand nie kos behels nie, is dit iets wat mense in El Salvador elke jaar doen. 'N Minuut voor middernag kraak elke familielid 'n eier in 'n glas water, berig The Culture Trip en laat hulle oornag sit. Die volgende oggend gee die vorm van die eier u 'n idee van wat u toekoms inhou.

Volgens die Latynse mediamaatskappy is ons mit & uacute, die Roscas de Reyes, koningskroon, is 'n brioche-styl koek, gevul en bedek met versuikerde vrugte. Die koek word dikwels gekombineer met tradisionele Mexikaanse warm sjokolade, wat die inheemse oorsprong van sjokolade beklemtoon. Binne die Roscas vind u ten minste een, indien nie meer nie, babas wat die pasgebore Jesus Christus verteenwoordig.

In China, Japan en ander Asiatiese lande is dit volgens Washington Post gebruiklik om lang noedels, wat lang lewe aandui, te eet, op Oujaarsdag en tydens die maanjaar. Aangesien die noedels nooit gebreek of verkort moet word tydens die kookproses nie, is die tipiese voorbereiding vir 'Long-Life Noodles' 'n roerbraai.


20 nuwejaarsvoedseltradisies wat u in 2021 baie geluk sal bring

Mense sit hul eie draai op Nuwejaar, maar kos is die een ding wat hulle gemeen het, en jy wil al hierdie gelukkige kosse vir die nuwe jaar probeer.

Regoor die wêreld verwelkom mense 'n nuwe jaar op verskillende maniere. Van onvergelykbare vuurwerkvertonings in Australië tot watergewere in die strate van Thailand, die herdenking van die nuwe jaar kom op baie maniere, vorms en maniere voor. Maar een ding wat alle vieringe in gemeen het? Kos. Of jy nou aan jou gunsteling maaltyd smul of aan kosse smul wat jou in die nuwe jaar voorspoed sal gee, daar is talle oujaarsmaaltyd tradisies wat mense wêreldwyd volg in die hoop om die volgende hoofstuk van hul lewens aan die regterkant te begin voet. Sommige tradisies vra vir noedels, terwyl ander koeke vra, maar ongeag hoe uiteenlopend die maaltye is, dui die meeste nuwejaarsvoertradisies op die een of ander manier op beweging, voorspoed en gesondheid.

Na 'n jaar soos 2020 wat soveel hartseer, teleurstellings en ontberinge gehad het, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die voortslepende COVID-19-pandemie, sal die verwelkoming van 'n nuwe jaar nog soeter voel as gewoonlik. Met nuut ingevoerde en goedgekeurde entstowwe op hande, kan 2021 soos 'n vars asem waarna die grootste deel van die wêreld sedert Maart verlang voel. Maar vir eers woed die koronavirus aan en bereik elke dag nuwe, rekordgetalle gevalle, hospitalisasies en sterftes, en daarom raai die Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) groot vakansies hierdie vakansieseisoen aan. Alhoewel u jaarlikse oujaarspartytjie moontlik nie ter sprake is nie, kan u en u kwaranteam nog steeds die nuwe jaar op u eie manier vier, soos om 'n smaakproefpartytjie saam met tradisies van oujaarsaand van regoor die wêreld te hou. En hoewel u miskien nie glo dat wat u op 31 Desember eet, 'n rol kan speel in die volgende jaar van u lewe nie, kan 'n bietjie ekstra geluk in 2021 nie skade doen nie, en watter beter manier om dit te bereik as om 'n paar hierdie gelukkige kos vir die nuwe jaar?

Voordat die klok op 31 Desember middernag slaan, neem mense in Spanje en Spaanse sprekende lande regoor die wêreld deel aan 'n tradisie genaamd las doce uvas de la suerte, die 12 gelukkige druiwe. Die doel is om al 12 voor middernag te eet, as jy geluk wil hê in die nuwe jaar, volgens NPR.

Volgens CNN is Kransekage 'n kranskoektoring wat bestaan ​​uit verskeie koekringe wat op mekaar gestapel is. Die nageregte is deel van die tradisies van Oujaarsaand in Noorweë en Denemarke. Die koek is gemaak met marsepein, word dikwels rondom 'n bottel wyn of Aquavit in die middel gebou en kan vir enige spesiale geleentheid versier word.

Die smaak en bestanddele van Tteokguk, oftewel Korea se nuwejaarsop, wissel volgens streek. Maar die basis word gewoonlik gemaak met 'n proteïenbouillon in 'n sojasous, en dan word silindriese ryskoeke by die sop gevoeg. Volgens die Culture Trip is Tteokguk een van die vele kosse wat as 'n offer aan die voorgeslagte van die gesin op Seollal, die Koreaanse nuwe jaar, voorberei is. Daar word gesê dat iemand nie 'n jaar ouer kan word voordat hy 'n bakkie tteokguk gekry het nie.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.


20 New Year's Food Traditions That'll Bring You Good Luck in 2021

People put their own spin on New Year's, but food is the one thing they have in common, and you'll want to try all of these lucky foods for the new year.

Around the world, people welcome a new year in different ways. From incomparable firework shows in Australia to water gun fights in the streets of Thailand, commemorating the new year comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. But one thing that all celebrations have in common? Kos. Whether you're feasting on your favorite meal or munching on foods that'll bring you good luck in the new year, there are countless New Year's Eve food traditions that people follow worldwide in hopes of starting the next chapter of their lives on the right foot. Some traditions call for noodles, while others call for cakes, but regardless of how different the meals may be, in one way or another, most New Year's food traditions signify forward movement, prosperity, and health.

After a year like 2020 that's had so many heartbreaks, disappointments, and hardships, primarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming a new year is bound to feel even sweeter than usual. With newly introduced and approved vaccines on the horizon, 2021 can feel like the breath of fresh air most of the world has been longing for since March. But for the time being, the coronavirus rages on, reaching new, record-breaking numbers of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising against large gatherings this holiday season. So, while your annual New Year's Eve party may be out of the question, you and your quaranteam can still celebrate the new year in your own way, like throwing a taste-testing party complete with New Year's Eve food traditions from around the world. And though you may not believe that what you eat on Dec. 31 can play a part in the next year of your life, a little extra good fortune in 2021 can't hurt, and what better way to get that than by trying some of these lucky foods for the new year?

Before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, people in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries around the world partake in a tradition called las doce uvas de la suerte, the 12 lucky grapes. The goal is to eat all 12 before midnight, if you want to have good luck in the new year, according to NPR.

According to CNN, Kransekage is a wreath cake tower that consists of multiple rings of cake piled on top of one another. The desserts are a part of Norway and Denmark's New Year's Eve traditions. The cake is made with marzipan, is often build around a bottle of wine or Aquavit in the center, and can be decorated for any special occasion.

The taste and ingredients of Tteokguk, a.k.a. Korea's New Year Soup, vary by region. But, generally, its base is made with a protein broth in a soy-sauce seasoned stock, then cylindrical rice cakes are added to the soup. According to the Culture Trip, Tteokguk is one of the many foods prepared as an offering to the family's ancestors on Seollal, the Korean New Year. It's said that someone cannot become a year older until they've had their bowl of tteokguk.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.


20 New Year's Food Traditions That'll Bring You Good Luck in 2021

People put their own spin on New Year's, but food is the one thing they have in common, and you'll want to try all of these lucky foods for the new year.

Around the world, people welcome a new year in different ways. From incomparable firework shows in Australia to water gun fights in the streets of Thailand, commemorating the new year comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. But one thing that all celebrations have in common? Kos. Whether you're feasting on your favorite meal or munching on foods that'll bring you good luck in the new year, there are countless New Year's Eve food traditions that people follow worldwide in hopes of starting the next chapter of their lives on the right foot. Some traditions call for noodles, while others call for cakes, but regardless of how different the meals may be, in one way or another, most New Year's food traditions signify forward movement, prosperity, and health.

After a year like 2020 that's had so many heartbreaks, disappointments, and hardships, primarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming a new year is bound to feel even sweeter than usual. With newly introduced and approved vaccines on the horizon, 2021 can feel like the breath of fresh air most of the world has been longing for since March. But for the time being, the coronavirus rages on, reaching new, record-breaking numbers of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising against large gatherings this holiday season. So, while your annual New Year's Eve party may be out of the question, you and your quaranteam can still celebrate the new year in your own way, like throwing a taste-testing party complete with New Year's Eve food traditions from around the world. And though you may not believe that what you eat on Dec. 31 can play a part in the next year of your life, a little extra good fortune in 2021 can't hurt, and what better way to get that than by trying some of these lucky foods for the new year?

Before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, people in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries around the world partake in a tradition called las doce uvas de la suerte, the 12 lucky grapes. The goal is to eat all 12 before midnight, if you want to have good luck in the new year, according to NPR.

According to CNN, Kransekage is a wreath cake tower that consists of multiple rings of cake piled on top of one another. The desserts are a part of Norway and Denmark's New Year's Eve traditions. The cake is made with marzipan, is often build around a bottle of wine or Aquavit in the center, and can be decorated for any special occasion.

The taste and ingredients of Tteokguk, a.k.a. Korea's New Year Soup, vary by region. But, generally, its base is made with a protein broth in a soy-sauce seasoned stock, then cylindrical rice cakes are added to the soup. According to the Culture Trip, Tteokguk is one of the many foods prepared as an offering to the family's ancestors on Seollal, the Korean New Year. It's said that someone cannot become a year older until they've had their bowl of tteokguk.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.


20 New Year's Food Traditions That'll Bring You Good Luck in 2021

People put their own spin on New Year's, but food is the one thing they have in common, and you'll want to try all of these lucky foods for the new year.

Around the world, people welcome a new year in different ways. From incomparable firework shows in Australia to water gun fights in the streets of Thailand, commemorating the new year comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. But one thing that all celebrations have in common? Kos. Whether you're feasting on your favorite meal or munching on foods that'll bring you good luck in the new year, there are countless New Year's Eve food traditions that people follow worldwide in hopes of starting the next chapter of their lives on the right foot. Some traditions call for noodles, while others call for cakes, but regardless of how different the meals may be, in one way or another, most New Year's food traditions signify forward movement, prosperity, and health.

After a year like 2020 that's had so many heartbreaks, disappointments, and hardships, primarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming a new year is bound to feel even sweeter than usual. With newly introduced and approved vaccines on the horizon, 2021 can feel like the breath of fresh air most of the world has been longing for since March. But for the time being, the coronavirus rages on, reaching new, record-breaking numbers of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising against large gatherings this holiday season. So, while your annual New Year's Eve party may be out of the question, you and your quaranteam can still celebrate the new year in your own way, like throwing a taste-testing party complete with New Year's Eve food traditions from around the world. And though you may not believe that what you eat on Dec. 31 can play a part in the next year of your life, a little extra good fortune in 2021 can't hurt, and what better way to get that than by trying some of these lucky foods for the new year?

Before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, people in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries around the world partake in a tradition called las doce uvas de la suerte, the 12 lucky grapes. The goal is to eat all 12 before midnight, if you want to have good luck in the new year, according to NPR.

According to CNN, Kransekage is a wreath cake tower that consists of multiple rings of cake piled on top of one another. The desserts are a part of Norway and Denmark's New Year's Eve traditions. The cake is made with marzipan, is often build around a bottle of wine or Aquavit in the center, and can be decorated for any special occasion.

The taste and ingredients of Tteokguk, a.k.a. Korea's New Year Soup, vary by region. But, generally, its base is made with a protein broth in a soy-sauce seasoned stock, then cylindrical rice cakes are added to the soup. According to the Culture Trip, Tteokguk is one of the many foods prepared as an offering to the family's ancestors on Seollal, the Korean New Year. It's said that someone cannot become a year older until they've had their bowl of tteokguk.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.


20 New Year's Food Traditions That'll Bring You Good Luck in 2021

People put their own spin on New Year's, but food is the one thing they have in common, and you'll want to try all of these lucky foods for the new year.

Around the world, people welcome a new year in different ways. From incomparable firework shows in Australia to water gun fights in the streets of Thailand, commemorating the new year comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. But one thing that all celebrations have in common? Kos. Whether you're feasting on your favorite meal or munching on foods that'll bring you good luck in the new year, there are countless New Year's Eve food traditions that people follow worldwide in hopes of starting the next chapter of their lives on the right foot. Some traditions call for noodles, while others call for cakes, but regardless of how different the meals may be, in one way or another, most New Year's food traditions signify forward movement, prosperity, and health.

After a year like 2020 that's had so many heartbreaks, disappointments, and hardships, primarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming a new year is bound to feel even sweeter than usual. With newly introduced and approved vaccines on the horizon, 2021 can feel like the breath of fresh air most of the world has been longing for since March. But for the time being, the coronavirus rages on, reaching new, record-breaking numbers of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising against large gatherings this holiday season. So, while your annual New Year's Eve party may be out of the question, you and your quaranteam can still celebrate the new year in your own way, like throwing a taste-testing party complete with New Year's Eve food traditions from around the world. And though you may not believe that what you eat on Dec. 31 can play a part in the next year of your life, a little extra good fortune in 2021 can't hurt, and what better way to get that than by trying some of these lucky foods for the new year?

Before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, people in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries around the world partake in a tradition called las doce uvas de la suerte, the 12 lucky grapes. The goal is to eat all 12 before midnight, if you want to have good luck in the new year, according to NPR.

According to CNN, Kransekage is a wreath cake tower that consists of multiple rings of cake piled on top of one another. The desserts are a part of Norway and Denmark's New Year's Eve traditions. The cake is made with marzipan, is often build around a bottle of wine or Aquavit in the center, and can be decorated for any special occasion.

The taste and ingredients of Tteokguk, a.k.a. Korea's New Year Soup, vary by region. But, generally, its base is made with a protein broth in a soy-sauce seasoned stock, then cylindrical rice cakes are added to the soup. According to the Culture Trip, Tteokguk is one of the many foods prepared as an offering to the family's ancestors on Seollal, the Korean New Year. It's said that someone cannot become a year older until they've had their bowl of tteokguk.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.


20 New Year's Food Traditions That'll Bring You Good Luck in 2021

People put their own spin on New Year's, but food is the one thing they have in common, and you'll want to try all of these lucky foods for the new year.

Around the world, people welcome a new year in different ways. From incomparable firework shows in Australia to water gun fights in the streets of Thailand, commemorating the new year comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. But one thing that all celebrations have in common? Kos. Whether you're feasting on your favorite meal or munching on foods that'll bring you good luck in the new year, there are countless New Year's Eve food traditions that people follow worldwide in hopes of starting the next chapter of their lives on the right foot. Some traditions call for noodles, while others call for cakes, but regardless of how different the meals may be, in one way or another, most New Year's food traditions signify forward movement, prosperity, and health.

After a year like 2020 that's had so many heartbreaks, disappointments, and hardships, primarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, welcoming a new year is bound to feel even sweeter than usual. With newly introduced and approved vaccines on the horizon, 2021 can feel like the breath of fresh air most of the world has been longing for since March. But for the time being, the coronavirus rages on, reaching new, record-breaking numbers of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is advising against large gatherings this holiday season. So, while your annual New Year's Eve party may be out of the question, you and your quaranteam can still celebrate the new year in your own way, like throwing a taste-testing party complete with New Year's Eve food traditions from around the world. And though you may not believe that what you eat on Dec. 31 can play a part in the next year of your life, a little extra good fortune in 2021 can't hurt, and what better way to get that than by trying some of these lucky foods for the new year?

Before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31, people in Spain and Spanish-speaking countries around the world partake in a tradition called las doce uvas de la suerte, the 12 lucky grapes. The goal is to eat all 12 before midnight, if you want to have good luck in the new year, according to NPR.

According to CNN, Kransekage is a wreath cake tower that consists of multiple rings of cake piled on top of one another. The desserts are a part of Norway and Denmark's New Year's Eve traditions. The cake is made with marzipan, is often build around a bottle of wine or Aquavit in the center, and can be decorated for any special occasion.

The taste and ingredients of Tteokguk, a.k.a. Korea's New Year Soup, vary by region. But, generally, its base is made with a protein broth in a soy-sauce seasoned stock, then cylindrical rice cakes are added to the soup. According to the Culture Trip, Tteokguk is one of the many foods prepared as an offering to the family's ancestors on Seollal, the Korean New Year. It's said that someone cannot become a year older until they've had their bowl of tteokguk.

One of France's new year traditions actually takes place a few days after Jan. 1. According to France 24, a Paris-based news network, the galette des rois, or kings cake, is traditionally eaten on the first Sunday of the year to celebrate the Epiphany in Christianity. The cake is often made with puff pastry and frangipane, an almond-flavored cream or paste but they can be filled with plenty of other sweets instead. Regardless of its filling, the galette des rois always hides the coveted, fève, or bean, a ceramic trinket or charm, and the person who finds it is graced with good luck.

Tamales are a traditional Mexican dish made from corn dough stuffed with meat, cheese, and anything else you could possibly want, and then wrapped in a banana leaf or corn husk. Though tamales are eaten year-round and most special occasions, they take on a special meaning during the holiday season. CNN reported that families gather together to make tamales, assigning one aspect of the cooking process to each individual person. On New Year's tamales are served with menudo, a tripe and hominy soup.

These Dutch treats are made from frying small balls of dough stuffed with raisins or currants in a pan of hot oil, hence the name Oliebollen, or oil balls, the Dutch Review, a Netherlands magazine, reported. Known in the United States as Dutch Doughnuts, oliebollen are topped with powdered sugar and can be made with other ingredients, like cinnamon or apple pieces. The dessert is often eaten on New Year's Eve and washed down with champagne.

According to The Culture Trip, Kuku sabzi is type of frittata made with eggs and fresh herbs. The dish is traditionally served at Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, which takes place during the spring equinox. Kuku sabzi promises of fertility and abundance in the upcoming year.

The Bulgarian banitsa is one of the many round cakes eaten around the world on New Year's Eve. The shape signifies that the old year has come to and end, and the new year gives you a chance to start fresh, according to Bulgaria National Radio. The banitsa is traditionally made with filo pastry, eggs, and fat, but recipes vary in different parts of the country. Regardless of where you go, however, you'll always find twigs or other sticks placed inside the dish, each one representing well wishes for your relatives.

While this New Year's Eve food tradition doesn't involve eating, it is something that people in El Salvador do each year. A minute before midnight, each family member cracks an egg into a glass of water, The Culture Trip reported, and let them sit overnight. The following morning, the shape of the egg gives you a clue about what your future holds.

According to Latin media company we are mitú, the Roscas de Reyes, king's wreath, is a brioche-style cake, filled and topped with candied fruits. The cake is often paired with traditional Mexican hot chocolate, which highlights the indigenous origins of chocolate. Inside the Roscas, you'll find at least one, if not more, babies representing the newly born Jesus Christ.

In China, Japan and other Asian countries, it's customary to eat long noodles, which signify longevity, on New Year's Day and during the Lunar New Year, according to Washington Post. Since the noodles are never to be broken or shortened during the cooking process, the typical preparation for "Long-Life Noodles" is a stir-fry.