Your Daily FoodScope for August 14, 2022

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Gather your friends together for a traditional Thai feast of panaeng and tom kha gai tonight. Dining with many people brings good luck in the Thai culture and on this day you'll need all the luck you can get.


Today may have you feeling extra superstitious. So throw some salt over your left shoulder, don't stick your chopsticks into your salmon rice bowl, and never eat alone. Old wives' tales? Do you really want to take the chance?


You'll share your traditional Chinese fish and beef balls with friends today, but avoid passing food from one set of chopsticks to another. You could open a Pandora's box of trouble that will be difficult to close.


Don't leave the house after eating fried chicken and biscuits without drinking a glass of water first. You may not live in Sri Lanka where this superstition originated, but on this unluckiest of days do you really want to take any chances?


You singles are feeling lonely today, so drop a kitchen knife on the floor. Superstition has it that the love of your life may come knocking. The plumber may suddenly be looking very different to you. Have a nice meal ready just in case, preferably loaded with oysters and asparagus.

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You single ladies shouldn't eat the last piece of apple pie today. According to superstition you may wind up being alone for the rest of your life. Should that happen go ahead and kiss the cook, and hope that he's single and handsome.


Don't give steak knives as a gift to your significant other on this day. It could symbolize the severing of your relationship. Buy the gift back for a penny should that happen and you two could be cooking filet mignon for many years to come.


Avoid eating fish on this unlucky day. Those pesky fish bones always have a way of getting stuck in your throat. If you're in Hawaii put another fish bone on your head while eating rice and you should be okay. If you live anywhere else you may want to call 911.


If you're planning to travel abroad with children, have the kids eat chicken wings before departing, especially today. Indonesian legend has it that wings evoke flight, especially for young birds. It'll also leave enough breasts, thighs and legs for the adults to enjoy.


Don't serve squid to guests on this unholiest of days. In Chinese culture serving 'yow yu' symbolizes that someone could lose their job. That may or may not be true, but do you really want to be held responsible for someone else's bad luck?


Don't invite bad luck by leaving food on your plate. This could anger Phra Mae Po Sop, the Thai goddess of rice who ensures that everyone has enough to eat. This day will be unlucky enough. You don't want to go pissing off any goddesses. And be sure to eat plenty of rice.


Avoid four-star restaurants, as the number four is unlucky in the Japanese culture. You may want to dine at a traditional Mexican place instead. It'll be okay to feast on burritos or enchiladas, but skip the four-layer bean dip.

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