offers an opportunity to forget the past and make a clean start. But instead of leaving everything up to fate, why not enjoy a meal to increase your good fortune? There are a variety of foods that are believed to be lucky and to improve the odds that next year will be a great one. Traditions vary from culture to culture, but there are striking similarities in what's consumed in different pockets of the world: The six major categories of auspicious foods are grapes, greens, fish, pork, legumes, and cakes. Whether you want to create a full menu of lucky foods or just supplement your meal, we have an assortment of recipes, guaranteed to make for a happy new year, or at the very least a happy belly.
Pour the water (twice the rice volume) and boil over medium-high heat. Put the olive oil, chopped onion, peas, the peeled tomato cut into small pieces and the paprika in a saucepan and cook over low heat until the tomato start to break down, stirring occasionally
Good thing I taped the show. com to find the recipe but it wasn't there. In one of the segments, a very charming Puerto Rican man cooked up some Arroz con Gandules, Rice with Green PigeonPeas, which is a very traditional Caribbean dish