After the clock strikes midnight and the new year begins, it's best to start things off with a bowl of good luck. In the South, it's considered lucky to eat collard greens on New Year's Day. Apparently, the green leaves look like folded money. This brings good luck (and fortune!) to the eater. Since gaining a little good luck is never a bad thing, we opted to turn it into a pasta and add a little crispy bacon.
Slightly adapted from Food Network
Yield 4 servings
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