Crappy Food in January

nasty tasting marzipan pigs for good luck in the New Year

The first month of each year is completely barren of holiday feasts or seasonal delights. After the amazing foods in found in the months before January, the first month of the year seems truly depressing. October with Halloween junkfood, and fall foods; November with the king of all holidays, Thanksgiving; December with Christmas roasts and of course the numerous other holidays.

Hanukkah, etc). Then January. Crap. What do we have to look forward to? Black eye peas for New Years(A Southern tradition)? Marzipan Pigs for good luck in the new year(a european tradition)? These are pathetic compared to the pumpkin pies found and peppermint specialities found for the holidays just before. And plus…nothing is in season, so we are paying extra to get our apples flown in from New Zealand. January is empty when it comes to foods to look forward to….at least Mardi Gras is right around the corner though…King Cake definitely is more interesting the bland, candy pigs…

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