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Dumplings   Gung hei fat choi!

Some New Year foods have deep traditions, including lettuce, also known as sang choi, which represents prosperity. Dumplings, jiaozi, symbolize wealth. Long chinese noodles symbolize longevity (so don't cut them), and whole-cooked fish, yue, symbolizes abundance.

Make celebrations auspicious (and delicious) with a few great selections from our pan-Asian menu.



All Fish Vegetables Pork/Ham Rice & Grains Vegetarian Healthy Living
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SOUPS/STEWS

Silky Coconut Pumpkin Soup
from "Hot Sour Salty Sweet" by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid


ENTRÉES

Cucumbers with Cool Somen Noodles
from "Monday-to-Friday Pasta" by Michèle Urvater

Roasted Pork Loin with Honey-Hoisin Marinade
from "Bowlfood Cookbook" by Lynne Aronson and Elizabeth Simon

Grilled Tofu with Flame-Wilted Spinach
from "BBQ USA" by Steven Raichlen

Salmon with Sesame Butter
from "The New Basics Cookbook" by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins


STARCH SIDES

Cucumbers with Cool Somen Noodles
from "Monday-to-Friday Pasta" by Michèle Urvater

Coconut Rice
from "Staff Meals from Chanterelle" by David Waltuck and Melicia Phillips

Mango and Coconut Rice
from "Bowlfood Cookbook" by Lynne Aronson and Elizabeth Simon


DESSERT

Litchi & Lime Granita
from "Granita Magic" by Nadia Roden

Candied Orange Peel
from "Sweet Gratitude " by Judith C. Sutton


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