What people eat for New Year’s Eve in 21 countries around the world

I have always been intrigued by what other cultures eat, especially around the holidays. Although I’m familiar with some of the traditional Holiday foods enjoyed around the world, I never realized there were so many food traditions associated with the New Year. Take a look at just a few of these regional favorites below.

And, no matter what you eat to ring in the New Year, may the coming year be even better than the last!

While copious amounts of bubbles seems to be universal on New Year’s Eve, what is eaten that night differs widely from place to place. The Turkish enjoy pomegranate seeds, while the Japanese eat soba noodles. Keep clicking to see what other foods are used to celebrate across the globe.

Source: What people eat for New Year’s Eve in 21 countries around the world

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