Stories of Chinese Cuisine - Chinese New Year 2022 - YEAR OF THE TIGER!

Stories of Chinese Cuisine

Chinese New Year 2022 - YEAR OF THE TIGER!

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LUNAR NEW YEAR HAS COME AROUND AGAIN, BRINGING LOVED ONES TOGETHER TO CREATE DELICIOUS FOOD AND SPECIAL MEMORIES!

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE FOOD!

This is a wonderful time to get together with your loved ones and create meals that bring you JOY. Our authentic sauces will give you that flavour that will have your guests mouths watering! Spending time together creating memories over food is one of the best ways to spend Lunar New Year Celebrations!  

This year, the Lunar New Year falls on the 1st of February. Other important dates in this time of celebration are:

25th of January - Little Year
31st of January - Chinese New Year’s Eve
15th of February - Lantern Festival

Little Year is a time to prepare for the new year and this is traditionally marked by thoroughly cleaning out the house; sweeping out the old to prepare for the new! Getting ready for the big events of Chinese New Year’s Eve and the beautiful Lantern Festivals right around the world.green_lineLKK Blog Post images January 20221jpg

COOKING FOR ANY OF THE CELEBRATIONS
Visit this link  for our mouthwatering Steamed Fish in LKK Premium Soy Sauce! With only a 15-minute prep and cook time, you’ll have plenty of extra time to enjoy the company of friends and family - or get the house ready for the year ahead. 
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The lantern festival is traditionally the last day of the festivities for Lunar New year; make it fun and have a goal to learn how to say Happy New Year in Chinese by then!

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Practice saying this while you’re in the kitchen creating our Chicken & Chinese Mushroom Potstickers!   Visit this link for the recipe!green_line

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2022 IS THE YEAR OF THE TIGER! 
The Tiger is a symbol of strength and braveness and is an important part of Chinese culture. 
Thoughts about Tigers differ amongst different groups in China. One belief is that Tigers are the creators of the sun, moon, wind, rain and thunder. Another believes them to bring peace and happiness, and another again says that people born in the year of the Tiger are believed to be very luck
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Click through  for the recipe for our Longevity Noodles. You can cook these while you and your family talk about how you can be brave and strong this year – or how you were brave and strong in the year that’s coming to an end! Simple and delicious, your family and friends will be coming back for more. green_line

Enjoy yourself at this special time, celebrating Chinese New Year – the Year of the Tiger! 
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