Here are top 7 superstitions related to food that all of us may have believed in or perhaps still do.
We asked five famous chefs to share some kitchen superstitions that they actually believe in and follow. You'd be surprised.
It can be fun to follow certain food habits and traditions to ward off bad luck or turn around an unrequited love.
As the FIFA World Cup edges close to the quarter-finals, curiosity builds up. While each team gears up to put their best foot forward (literally), some are known to cling to a string of superstitions. ...
Nearly all the Japanese population eats soba (buckwheat noodles) on New Year's Eve. This is one of the superstitions involving new year culinary traditions.
While traditional beliefs have continued over generations and people have been socialized to believe in them, a scientific reason suggests the increase in energy levels and perseverance upon having this combination.