THE KERNELS OF LUCK
With all its sweet golden glory, corn is loved worldwide and has the most number of legends and folklore surrounding it. Let’s take a look at why it should be your lucky go-to food for the New Year
THE GOLDEN RULE
Our purpose here at Ta-daa is to revolutionise cooking and encourage more people to eat healthy, home-cooked meals, by providing them with packed precooked options, to whip up some delicious food at home (ghar ka Khanna).
TA-DAA brings you a host of packaged, just-boiled lentils, vegetables and tubers with a unique health edge.
THE TA-DAA EDGE
In most cultures, it is suggested to eat lucky foods on New Year’s Eve for a fresh and prosperous start. So, this time around, for an extra dose of luck try some corn – the bright hue of the corn kernels is known to be a symbol of gold. The more the kernels, the more good fortune is brought into the next year since corn symbolizes financial rewards.
Making corn bread is a popular New Year tradition in the U.S; you too can try something new this year and make it for yourselves (to ensure extra luck, add extra corn kernels, which are exemplary of golden nuggets!).
So, if you’re in need of some luck this New Year, be sure to try our pre-cooked Corn-on-the-cob and Corn Kernels – we have grown the sweetest sweet corn and boiled it to perfection just for you!
Tadaa wishes you a very Happy New Year filled with luck and abundance.