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Compiled by JOHN BARRY.
Many chefs have gone the extra mile to inject fun into their creations for Year of the Rat.
New twists and combinations produced from selection of choice ingredients.
ADDING crispy fish skin to the age-old yee sang definitely gives the toss of prosperity a modern twist.
THE Mandarin character for “fresh” (xian) is made up of two other characters which are fish (yu) and lamb (yang).
Classic dishes are at the heart of this home cook's Chinese New Year feast.
Tradition is at the heart of Angie Tay's old-fashioned Chinese New Year spread.
WHEN preparing festive meals for Chinese New Year, many home cooks and chefs will include ingredients that are said to invite good luck and prosperity for the year ahead.
ABUNDANCE can take on many forms, be it material things or spiritual affluence.
CHINESE New Year is more than just a cultural festival. This auspicious occasion is symbolic of new beginnings and a prosperous year ahead.