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Chinese New Year

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Good Luck Foods and Recipes for Chinese New Year 05:21
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Good Luck Foods and Recipes for Chinese New Year

Worldwide, people eat lucky food for the New Year. On January 1, U.S. Southerners boil black-eyed...

8 Regional Chinese Recipes to Ring in the Chinese New Year 05:10
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8 Regional Chinese Recipes to Ring in the Chinese New Year

This month, close to a quarter of the world will be celebrating Chinese New Year—a staggering statistic...

Homemade Chinese Food Is Easy with These Essential Chinese Cooking Tools 05:21
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Homemade Chinese Food Is Easy with These Essential Chinese Cooking Tools

Chinese takeout is as ubiquitous as pizza delivery in the United States for those of us too tired...

Celebrate the Year of the Pig with These Chinese Pork Recipes 05:30
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Celebrate the Year of the Pig with These Chinese Pork Recipes

The kickoff of the Chinese New Year is only days away, which means the year of the pig is nearly upon...

The Hottest New Spirit to Try in 2019 Is Actually One of the Oldest 01:50
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The Hottest New Spirit to Try in 2019 Is Actually One of the Oldest

If you lately happen upon baijiu (pronounced BUY-joe) as a cocktail ingredient at your favorite hot...

What Is the Difference Between Lo Mein in China and in Chinatown?
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What Is the Difference Between Lo Mein in China and in Chinatown?

Noodles are an especially popular dish in China. Dating way back to the Han Dynasty, noodles symbolize...

A Look at 150 Years of San Francisco's Evolving Dim Sum Scene 03:55
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A Look at 150 Years of San Francisco's Evolving Dim Sum Scene

The first time I had dim sum in San Francisco, it was both Beer Week and Chinese New Year, an auspicious...

What Is the Difference Between a Wonton and a Dumpling (Jiaozi)?
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What Is the Difference Between a Wonton and a Dumpling (Jiaozi)?

It is a bit of a tree in the forest scenario, to start. Well, maybe not quite so abstract as all that...

How to Make a Giant Fortune Cookie
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How to Make a Giant Fortune Cookie

Feb. 16 marks the Chinese New Year and, as always, we’re celebrating with food! Whenever I eat Chinese...

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Chinese New Year Recipes

Mango Pudding 365 Saves

Mango Pudding

A not-too-sweet Chinese classic made with mango, gelatin, and cream.

Sautéed Bok Choy 408 Saves

Sautéed Bok Choy

A simple bok choy recipe for a healthy vegetable side dish.You will need garlic, ginger, red pepper...

Scallion Pancake with Egg and Pork Floss 3 Saves

Scallion Pancake with Egg and Pork Floss

This super easy scallion pancake makes a deliciously different breakfast or snack, like a sesame-scallion...

Red-Cooked Pork 259 Saves

Red-Cooked Pork

Pork shoulder slow-cooked Asian style with soy sauce, ginger, and star anise.