Happy New Year!
I would like to share some of the photos I received about New Year traditions and I would like to thank those who shared despite not having been visited by me yet. Remember, you can contribute even if I am not visiting you, I want to hear from everyone!
The first comes from a teacher friend who uses the extra time away from work to watch the entire Harry Potter series from start to finish, usually over 2 days.
It’s done over the holiday break, after Christmas and before returning to work, not necessarily on New Year’s Eve.
Next is from another family that stays comfy and safe at home, ringing in the New Year with Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper on TV (in America).
Oh look, I did sneak into this one! I must have been extra sleepy because I do not remember being there.
Moving on to Baltimore where shellfish is a must on New Year’s Eve.
And in Southeastern Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvanian Dutch / German tradition of pork and sauerkraut on New Year’s Day for prosperity in the New Year
How did these food traditions start? I asked myself this question and found this website that not only has the meaning behind the food choices but recipes to make some New Year cookies for yourself. I wish you all a prosperous new year and I hope that I will get to visit you soon!