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Monthly Archives: January 2024

  1. Essential Chinese New Year Items to Welcome the Year of the Dragon 2024

    The Chinese Lunar New Year of 2024 is just around the corner! It's a moment for families to unite and rejoice in the conclusion of the past year and the commencement of the new one.

    Here to check your must-haves during the Chinese new year!

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  2. Savoury Sausage Sticky Rice Easy Recipe(臘腸飯)

    Embark on a journey into the heart of Chinese culinary tradition with our Sausage Sticky Rice recipe—a dish steeped in cultural richness and loved through the ages. It's not just food; it's a piece of our heritage, especially during Lunar New Year celebrations. This delightful mix of sausages and sticky rice isn't just about taste; it's about sharing joy and togetherness around the dining table. 

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  3. Embracing Tradition: The 28th Day of the 12th Lunar Month Festival

    As February 7, 2024 approaches, households across China are excitedly buzzing as they prepare for the 28th day of the 12th lunar month festival. This auspicious day marks the beginning of the final countdown to the Chinese New Year, and traditions abound as families engage in time-honoured practices to welcome good fortune into their homes.

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  4. Delicious Caramel Water Chestnut Cake Recipe (馬蹄糕Ma Tai Go)

    Caramel water chestnut cake is a delectable fusion of contrasting textures and flavours, creating a delightful treat for the senses. This unique dessert combines the earthy crunch of water chestnuts with the rich, sweet notes of caramel. The water chestnuts, thinly sliced and scattered throughout the cake, provide a satisfying bite that complements the smooth and gooey texture of the caramel. As you take a bite, the flavours meld together, offering a harmonious blend of sweetness and nuttiness.

    Have a sugar crush with the caramel water chestnut cake and welcome the Year of the Dragon!

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  5. Lunar New Year's Eve Celebrations

    As the lunar calendar reaches its pinnacle, we delve into the heart-warming traditions of Chinese New Year. Today (9th Feb 2024), on the eve of this auspicious occasion, families worldwide gather for the symbolic New Year's Eve Dinner, a feast steeped in cultural significance and familial togetherness.

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  6. Unlocking Tradition: The Significance of 'Cutting New Year's Meat' in Chinese Culture

    In the rich tapestry of Chinese culture, each tradition weaves a story of its own. One such tradition that echoes through generations is the ritual of "cutting New Year's meat." 杀猪割年肉, on the 26th day of the 12th month in the lunar month.

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  7. Kitchen God Worshipping 祭灶 (Ji Zào) – A Guide to Chinese New Year's Kitchen God Ritual

    As the Chinese New Year approaches, families across China are gearing up to celebrate the most significant traditional festival in the country. Amidst the vibrant festivities, one lesser-known but culturally rich tradition takes centre stage: the ritual of "祭灶" (Jiè Zào). In this blog post, we will delve into the significance of 祭灶 and explore how this ancient custom adds a unique flavour to the Lunar New Year celebrations.

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  8. Easy Peasy Chinese Turnip Cake Recipe (蘿蔔糕 Lo Bak Go)

    Chinese Turnip cake, or "Lo Bak Go" in Chinese, is a popular savoury dim sum originating from Cantonese cuisine. Made with shredded turnips, Chinese radishes, and rice flour, the mixture is seasoned with ingredients like dried shrimp, Chinese sausage, and mushrooms. The cake undergoes a meticulous process of grating, steaming, and pan-frying to achieve a crispy exterior and a soft, flavourful interior.

    Easy Peasy Turnip Cake Recipe, lets get started!

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  9. How To Make Fluffy Milky Bingsu With Boba 

    It is time to create your own fluffy Bingsu at home with your loved one. Top with the POP‘N BOBA added a delightful burst of taste.

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  10. How To Make Fruit Jelly Pudding With Boba Topping

    Jelly pudding served with BOBA can be an extraordinary treat. But It‘s a perfect match, especially when topped with pineapple, peach, and mango-flavored boba.

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