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Happy Lunar New Year!

Eating our way into a year of good fortune and prosperity is right up our alley. #yearofthedog

She shares her mother’s traditional recipes - with her own twists - and gives us the low-down behind her drool-worthy blog.
Celebrate this Lunar New Year like the Chinese do - with lots of food! All in the name of good fortune, of course. Everything you need to know about the symbolism...
The banoffee-inspired Year of the Dog buns are almost too cute to eat. Almost.
Trolly or no trolly, excitement will run high when you celebrate Lunar New Year with a DIY yum cha feast.
Recipes that will show you how families from various South East Asian countries celebrate Lunar New Year, including Luke Nguyen's personal favourites.

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Featuring Indigenous arts and food workshops and a menu by some of Australia's best female chefs.
The crumbly Malaysian-Chinese treats come with peanut, chocolate, mandarin-coconut and pineapple fillings.
Plus, a wagyu-wearing Barbie and a melting Hello Kitty soup.
Drop everything and run.
Crisp-skinned suckling pig, jackfruit spring rolls with ube ice-cream; Rey's Place is making a tasty case for Filipino dining.
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