Learn About Lunar New Year

The Importance of Chinese New Year Food Traditions

Even the number of dishes on the table matters for this holiday.

What Lunar New Year Means to a Chinatown Restaurant Owner

Wilson Tang explains why supporting Chinese restaurants is so important this year.

All the Lunar New Year Dishes That Will Bring You the Best Luck

It wouldn't be the Spring Festival without these recipes — and the symbolism behind them.

Recipes to Celebrate the Lunar New Year

Soy-Butter Scallop Wontons

Kuy Teav

Lunar New Year Almond Cookies

Gambler’s Lucky Day Dumplings

Steamed Fish with Seasoned Soy Sauce and Scallion

Stir-Fried Rice Cakes with XO Sauce

Mock Duck

Crispy Stuffed Lotus Root with Pork

Fa Gao

Hong Dou Tang

Ba Bao Fan

Tangyuan with Peanut Filling

Taiwanese Pineapple Cakes

Law Bak Go

Soy Spiced Roast Chicken

Whole Duck

New Year Shrimp

No Recipe Recipe: Simple Egg Drop Soup

Duck Fried Rice with Napa Cabbage

Whole Steamed Fish

Whole Crispy Brook Trout with Mango-Pineapple Sauce Spicy Chinese Long Beans

Vegetarian Pot Stickers

Twice Cooked Duck

Traditional Mandarin Fried Rice

Szechwan-Marinated Flat Iron Steak

Szechuan Beef

Stir-Fried Clams and Vegetables in Black Bean Sauce