Results for - What To Eat To Start The Year
1,490 voters participated in this survey
1. I'm hoping on January 1, 2016 to go out for a meal of chitterlings and black-eyed peas, as is deemed a New Year's Day harbinger of good luck in some circles (not that I believe in luck nor expect it because of what I'd eat). Have you any culinary traditions to bring in a new year?
Yes, and I may (or may not) share my tradition/s in a comment.
I once did, but no longer do.
No, I've never followed any New Yea's Day culinary traditions.
2. If you do eat any foods especially on New Year's Day, why is it that you eat what you do on that day?
Family memories, continuing my people's traditions
It's something in which I don't usualy indulge, but that's one day I do.
I married into or have a signinificant other in a family wth this tradition.
I'm in a locale that day where I can get something I like that I can't easily obtainm where I live
No reason in particular;it's New Year's Day, so what the hey!
It's laborious to prepare, but that's the day I'm going to make it (or someone who cares for me will).
Other (please specify)
3. If you've never considered nor had a New Year's Day food tradition, has this survey inspired you to start a tradition?
I already keep one or more such traditions;I may share it in a comment.
Yes, there's something I now want to try on an annual basis to bring in another trip around the sun (I may share in a comment)
No, I'm not inspired to do so,
4. Back to the first question, do you enjoy eating chitterlings or, as some call them, chitlins? If you don't know what they are, they're pig intestines.
Tried them, and didn't like.
Been a while since I had them, forgot their taste, but I'd be willing to try them agazin.
N.A- Never tried them
12/28/2015 Food & Drink 1490 57 By: jlrake