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The New Year may bring resolutions for you -- more kale, less sugar, earlier bedtimes -- or it may be just a new month, a different date. Regardless, you're probably prone to reaching for a new slew of favorite foods, either to keep you warm in the winter cold, or to bring you luck in the clean-slate months ahead. This week, we're talking about our January go-tos when we answer the question:
What is the first food you turn to in the New Year? Black-eyed peas? Still not finished with Christmas cookies?
Maddy: Lentils. Dressed in warm vinaigrette with wild game sausages or in mulligatawny soup.
Marian: Do copious amounts of coconut water count?
Kristen: My grandparents sit eating kipper snacks and clutching dimes for luck at midnight on New Year's Eve. I do not do this, and I think my luck comes from cheese and ice cream, so I'll be eating more of the same.
Amanda Li: Sticking with light proteins like tofu, fish, and chicken to make up for the meat-bonanza over the holidays.
Amanda: I want to learn to cook fiduea (Spanish seafood pasta stew), which seems like the perfect January meal, but in the meantime I've been making things like roast chicken with carrot and sweet potato mash.
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