Saturday, February 23, 2013

Korean Snack - 떡볶이 Ddeokbokki Cracker

Surprised to find this at NTUC! How about having this snack for lunar new year? It's red and represents auspicious, why not right?

Saturday, February 09, 2013

CNY 2013 goodies calorie count guide | herworldPLUS

The Chinese New Year season is a season where many would indulge in cookies, pastries which are specially made for this festive period.  With a slip in self-control, a few additional kilos would quietly slip into our body.  So, let's be mindful of what we eat!

Source: CNY 2013 goodies calorie count guide | herworldPLUS

Friday, February 01, 2013

Lunar New Year Lo-Hei Auspicious Phrases (Huat Ah!)

Lo-Hei is a tradition during lunar new year, where family and friends gather and toss the ingredients before they are eaten. The ingredients, typically raw salmon, shredded carrots, radish and crackers, have special auspicious meanings, including the condiments. While adding condiments to the platter, the person would need to say auspicious phrases. Check out what these phrases are.

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