So, you didn't take precautionary steps to prevent that New Years hangover. At least now you'll know what to do after Russian Orthodox New Years (Jan 7th) and Chinese New Year (Feb 10-24).
New York Bloody Mary: New Yorkers keep things going with a little "hair of the dog," typically in the form of an icy Bloody Mary. Hey, what doesn't kill ya makes you stronger!
Mexican Menudo: You'll need guts for this one. This soup is made of tripe (yep, the lining of a cow's stomach) and spices like garlic, onion, and chiles. It's almost like a bloody mary, but with guts ;)
The Hangover Killer From The Butcher's Daughter: Inspired by the ubiquitous Piña Colada (but amplified with a kick), this soothing concoction is designed to help get you back on track the morning after a wild night. The cocktail combines coconut water, pineapple, yuzu, chili, evening primrose oil, and cilantro.
Chinese Tea: Hydration is the name of the game for the morning after. The Chinese have been known to sip on extra-strong green tea to get back into shape. Or, if you're in a bind, hot water with lemon will do the trick, too.
Mongolian Pickled Sheep Eyes: Yes, they did. Take it with tomato juice, if you dare.
Polish Pickle Juice: Poles remedy the hangover with a tall glass of super-sour pickle juice.