Looking for some great recipes for your New Year’s celebration?  Check out some of the great links below for a plethora of menus and recipes guaranteed to make your New Year’s festivities delicious.

Do Pigs in a Blanket, Sweet Potato Bacon Bites, or Creamy Cauliflower and Apple Soup Shooters sound delicious?  Whole Foods Market has all of these recipes and MORE:

http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/holidays/menus/new-years-eve-cocktail-party

A total of 47 recipes including Champagne Jelly Flutes, Sausage-Stuffed Mushrooms, Bacon-wrapped pineapple shrimp, Breakfast sausage Casserole, and Elvis-Inspired Peanut Butter Parfaits are shared by the Food Network.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/holidays-and-parties/packages/holidays/holiday-central-new-years/all-star-new-years-recipes

If you are feeling in the mood to cook light and end the year on a healthier note, check out Cooking Light’s recipes that include Crispy Parmesan Chickpeas, Mini Crab Cakes with Pickled Celery, and Pesto Pastries, along with many others.

http://www.cookinglight.com/new-years/new-years-eve-finger-foods#candied-hazelnuts

Whatever you do, don’t forget those black-eyed peas or Hoppin’ John, a tradition in the south that is thought to bring good fortune in the coming year. Collard greens and corn bread are also thought to bring prosperity in the new year (greens are the color of money and corn bread is a “gold” color, also symbolizing prosperity).  There are multiple stories as to the origins of these superstitions, but regardless of how and why they got started, they are all hot and delicious for a January day and are a fun tradition for many.

A few great recipes for these can be found below:

https://www.thespruce.com/quick-hoppin-john-black-eyed-peas-3051655

https://www.thespruce.com/black-eyed-peas-and-hoppin-john-3034146

https://www.thespruce.com/collard-greens-recipe-102140

 

Happy New Year from New Focus Daily!

 

Sources:   wholefoodsmarket.com, foodnetwork.com, cookinglight.com, thespruce.com

 

 

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New Focus Daily (Formerly NOU Magazine) is a women’s lifestyle magazine, which provides go-to guide for strategies about health and wellness, cancer survivorship, money, career, relationships, inspiration and more.

New Focus Daily is published in partnership with New Focus Network and serves as a Ribbon of Support of the Women Survivors Alliance.

NOU magazine was created in 2012 and officially launched at 2013 SURVIVORville. It began under the name “The Plum” with six published articles each month. In January 2015, the magazine officially changed its name to NOU and substantial growth began.

In January 2016, NOU Magazine was redesigned and Cindy Chafin became Editor-In-Chief. By November, the magazine officially hit the one million mark in readership over the past four years.

In July 2017, a partnership was announced with the media group, New Focus Network (NFN). NFN became the underwriter of the online magazine, and the name was changed to New Focus Daily to allow shared content between the two entities to support womens’ empowerment.

New Focus Daily now delivers updated articles to a base of 15,000 readers 3-4 times weekly. Newsletters are delivered to 14,000 weekly and delivers 1.4M impressions per year. In partnership with New Focus Daily Downloads, NFD also delivers to over 28K viewers per week via social media. In July 2017, New Focus Daily Magazine published its first hard copy edition.

In partnership with New Focus Network, the content of New Focus Daily can expand into the television viewing market for health, wellness and lifestyle.

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New Focus Daily

New Focus Daily (Formerly NOU Magazine) is a women’s lifestyle magazine, which provides go-to guide for strategies about health and wellness, cancer survivorship, money, career, relationships, inspiration and more. New Focus Daily is published in partnership with New Focus Network and serves as a Ribbon of Support of the Women Survivors Alliance. NOU magazine was created in 2012 and officially launched at 2013 SURVIVORville. It began under the name “The Plum” with six published articles each month. In January 2015, the magazine officially changed its name to NOU and substantial growth began. In January 2016, NOU Magazine was redesigned and Cindy Chafin became Editor-In-Chief. By November, the magazine officially hit the one million mark in readership over the past four years. In July 2017, a partnership was announced with the media group, New Focus Network (NFN). NFN became the underwriter of the online magazine, and the name was changed to New Focus Daily to allow shared content between the two entities to support womens’ empowerment. New Focus Daily now delivers updated articles to a base of 15,000 readers 3-4 times weekly. Newsletters are delivered to 14,000 weekly and delivers 1.4M impressions per year. In partnership with New Focus Daily Downloads, NFD also delivers to over 28K viewers per week via social media. In July 2017, New Focus Daily Magazine published its first hard copy edition. In partnership with New Focus Network, the content of New Focus Daily can expand into the television viewing market for health, wellness and lifestyle.

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