Southern Comfort Foods For New Year's Eve
Foods eaten on New Year's Day is said to affect the quality of the coming year. In the south, it's traditional to eat black-eyed peas and cornbread. The peas represent coins, or copper money, and the cornbread, gold, Heather Brown reports (4:01).
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