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Chinese New Year Cusine

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

This is the last day before the Chinese New Year. As a kid from Shanghai, there is one cuisine that my family would make every year — bamboo shoots braised with pork, which is cooked by dried bamboo shoots grown in winter and sliced pork belly.  Every year, my mother would cook a large pot of bamboo shoots braised with pork a week before the new year’s eve which we could eat for one or two weeks.

PLEASE COMMENT BELOW WITH THE FOOD YOU HAVE BACK IN YOUR HOMETOWN DURING NEW YEAR!


2 Comments

  1. Paul Pei Paul Pei February 5, 2019

    On 2nd day of the New Year Celebration, we are biting Shanghai dumpling and missing you guys!

  2. Emily Du Emily Du February 6, 2019

    There are many Chinese New Year traditions like giving read develops to family and friends, buying gifts for relatives, visiting other families, storing nuts, getting new clothes, and making new year goals or resolutions. In Chinese, I would like to hope everyone “得偿所愿”, meaning approaching what we want in this year. Go Rams!

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