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Cooking for Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year is a lot about eating for good luck.

Food is an integral part of Chinese culture, with culinary knowledge considered essential for refined, educated people. To celebrate Chinese New Year, which begins Feb. 3, families traditionally eat foods believed to bring good fortune, prosperity and the best of everything for the year ahead. So stock the pantry and get cooking.