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Jenice Yu, Fresh Ideas Start Here
Growing up with seafood as our family business, we naturally always had the freshest B.C. seafood at our Chinese New Year dinners.
Chef Clement Chan, Torafuku
My mom would always make fish for Chinese New Year and we would all gather around the dinner table and enjoy a festive feast. Fish is a staple because it means prosperity and it’s important to serve it head to tail to signify a good year from start to finish.
Executive Chef Jenny Hui, The Lazy Gourmet
A salad is an item you would not normally see at a traditional Chinese New Year dinner. However, for me, I love the refreshing textures, especially when served with all the other dishes during the big family meal. The pomegranate symbolizes fertility.
Ginger Vinegar Dipping Sauce Ingredients
We weren’t allowed to eat a lot of sweets, but Chinese New Year was the one time we could go all out on anything we wanted. Nian Gao is best dipped in egg and fried, like French toast.
A chicken is always served on Chinese New Year. It reminds me of having large dinner gatherings at my grandmother’s house when she would be prepping and cooking all day long. Now, with everyone working and families growing, it’s harder to gather everyone together, which makes it even more important than ever to celebrate the New Year together.