Wok up for Chinese New Year
Sherrel Jones shares a recipe inspired by the Chinese New Year.
When we think of celebrating the New Year it is a food and beverage countdown to midnight on the last day of December, but the Lunar New Year celebrated in many Asian countries begins Sunday and continues for 15 days.
Fruits and gifts of food abound as the Chinese New Year honors family and friends. Culinary traditions are symbolic of Chinese concepts of luck, prosperity, longevity, happiness and wealth. The...
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