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Chinese Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Certain holidays during the year can be quite the challenge for those who want to eat healthy. Now that Thanksgiving and Christmas has passed, some may find themselves facing another obstacle: Chinese New Year. 369 more words


~ Happy Chinese New Year Food ~ Year of the Sheep 2015

Every year my family always have a gathering celebrating CNY with a family meal, this year being the year of the sheep. The selection of food we eat varies each day, from fried fish to stir fried prawns/ vegetables to Mui Choy Kau Yoke, which translates to slow braised pork with preserved mustard greens (梅菜扣肉). 140 more words

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Asian Vegetables for Chinese New Year

As the biggest holiday of the year in Chinese culture, Chinese New Year is commemorated around the world. This period of time marks the start of the new Lunar calendar and friends and family gather to honor traditions, ensure luck and of course, celebrate with food. 667 more words


Better Than Take-Out: Chinese Food Recipes for the Home Cook

February 19 marks the first day of Chinese New Year. Can’t make it out with the fam to a celebratory meal? Ring in the Year of the Goat (and Sheep) with these Chinese inspired dishes that beat take-out. 618 more words


What To Say At A Lo Hei Session

Tomorrow will mark day #15 and the last day of the Chinese New Year celebration period.  Last night, we decided to have a last session of Lo-Hei for 2014 at home, with a prepacked Yu-Sheng ingredients.  112 more words

Auspicious Words For Lo Hei

What Chinese people ate on Chinese New Year (in my case)

*This post is way overdue… It was meant to be posted up around the time of Chinese New Year which was two weeks ago on the 30th of January, however, I have simply been extremely busy. 1,782 more words


Nian Gao (Lunar New Year Glutinous Rice Cake)

Lunar New Year is just around the corner and many families are getting ready to welcome an auspicious new year of good fortune and prosperity.  This year, we’re making Nian Gao (年糕) which is a glutinous rice cake traditionally served during Chinese New Year.  430 more words