The Nebraska Superstition That Will Give You Wealth, Luck, And Happiness In 2017

We midwesterners aren’t known for harboring a lot of superstitions. We’re a little too practical to believe in things like that (except where football is concerned, of course). But on New Year’s Day, a lot of us indulge in a little superstitious dining that’s been passed down through generations of Nebraskans. We may not have the collard greens and black eyed peas of the South, but we do have our own tasty traditions.

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What’s your family’s traditional New Year’s Day meal? Tell us about your superstitious meals in the comments – and happy new year to everyone!