Can eating cabbage bring luck in the new year? Families share the food traditions they use to ring in the new

Traditional New Year's foods like cabbage, slow-cooked pork and long noodles are thought to bring luck and prosperity in the coming year. (Photo: Getty Creative)

Traditional New Year’s foods like cabbage, slow-cooked pork and long noodles are thought to bring luck and prosperity in the coming year. (Photo: Getty Creative)

They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, and there’s no time during the year where that sentiment is more true than the holidays. This is the time when treasured dishes are made, champagne bottles are uncorked and friends gather to swap cookies … and stories. One of the most celebratory times is ringing in the new year: when New Year’s Eve sweeps the old year away and New Year’s Day brings plans

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Want To Cook More At Home This Year? Here’s How To Keep Your Resolution.

If it seems like everything always tastes better at your favorite eatery, you’re probably right — but never fear. This can be the year you start turning out five-star meals from your own home kitchen. We talked to chefs about the easiest, quickest and smartest ways to up your cooking game, and here’s what they told us.

1. Do big things with humble ingredients

Chef and cookbook author Robin Asbell told HuffPost, “There are a few easy steps that will make every dish taste better. First is to take the time to cook your onions. I get a little twitch

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Incredible images from the Food Photographer of the Year competition




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Award-winning images from Food Photographer of the Year 2021




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