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Elders will tell us that fish is a must during Chinese New Year because its name evokes abundance and prosperity. But steamed fish is now considered so common in today’s household that it’s hard to believe that it used to be a special dish served during the festive season.
Want to attract attention or stimulate appetites with your cooking? Go for red – just in time for Chinese New Year.
ABUNDANCE can take on many forms, be it material things or spiritual affluence.
Tradition is at the heart of Angie Tay's old-fashioned Chinese New Year spread.
Classic dishes are at the heart of this home cook's Chinese New Year feast.
Many chefs have gone the extra mile to inject fun into their creations for Year of the Rat.
THE Lunar New Year has scurried in for 2020, heralding the Year of the Rat.
WHEN I was thinking of a dish that resonates well with me for this column, images of hot soothing rice porridge came to mind.