8 Lucky Foods To Bring You Luck On Chinese New Year And Where To Get Them
We all need a dash of good luck
With Chinese New Year just around the corner, are you making sure your home is all set to ring in all the luck for this year?
Different families have different ways of celebrating Chinese New Year. Many of us look forward to eating out with the whole clan at our favorite Chinese restaurants, while some like to keep it personal at home. Some families have also been doing this for years as a sort of an annual tradition, while others are creating new traditions. But on the whole, we all just want to introduce more luck into their homes this coming year (given all the bad juju of last year).
Eating together as a family is a long-standing tradition during the Chinese New Year, and there are certain auspicious foods that should be on the table to usher in good luck and prosperity for the year. Chinese culture can be very traditional and symbolic, which is why many of their centuries-long traditions are still observed to this day.
If you want to serve a lucky feast, check out our list of auspicious and traditional dishes for the Lunar New Year, what they symbolize, and where to get them.
A lucky feast
A lucky feast
Good fortune fruits for fullness and wealth
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