What Do You Traditionally Eat on New Year's?

New Year's Eve is fast approaching. Sure, everyone does a champagne toast at the stroke of midnight, but are there other foods you always eat to ring in the new year? In the South, hoppin' John is a traditionally lucky dish; in Spain, they down 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight. And of course, many folks love to be decadent and indulge in caviar-a perfect match for their champagne.

What do you eat for good luck in the new year? Chime in below!

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