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TOPIC: Happy New Year Traditions!

Happy New Year Traditions! 2 weeks 2 days ago #36938

Hi All,

With the old coming to the end, and the new year n our doorstep, I thought we could use the international background.

First of alll.. Happy new year for all of you in a few hours! May the next year be a happy, healthy and growthrich one.

Secondly.. What is your tradtion for new year? In the Netherlands we like to make a type of donuts, called Oil Balls, or in Dutch Oliebollen. You make your basic yeast-based donut dough, yet mix some raisins & apple in there. That you fry. Sprinkle with powdered sugar, and off you go. Enjoy your snacks.

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Happy New Year Traditions! 2 weeks 1 day ago #36941

Wel here in South Africa it's not a tradition but my my tradition is to run a race year to year it's a 24hour race and we start 12 midday old years day and end 12 midday new year so for 24hours I just run a 1km circuit and see how much kms I can do but I'm injured so not doing it tonight
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