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If everything is bigger in Texas, some say that they must be luckier too. At any rate, Texas celebrates New Year’s with a big list of Lucky Foods – including CABBAGE! In fact, the state is the 3rd largest cabbage grower in the nation and you’ll never guess the first two.

This year, you can celebrate New Year’s with Texas foods, Southern Foods in general, Asian foods, Jewish foods, Native American foods — All sorts fo traditional foods from around the world.

You can access several delicious, easy to prepare recipes and some interesting New Year’s Stories at:

Lesser Known New Year’s Traditions – Lucky Foods of Texas


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