Chinese New Year of Horse 2014

Kung Hei Fat Choy everyone! Today is Chinese New Year of the Horse and celebrations continue for 2 weeks!

This is a good time to start a clean slate, remember no sweeping today or you’ll sweep away good luck, great excuse for no housework. Wear something red or gold to signify prosperity and good luck. Eat dumplings/wontons or gyozas which resemble gold ingots.

20140131-162534.jpgIt is my year, yay, though some predictions are not that good. I’m not superstitious and many positive things have happened already. If you’re a Horse, here’s everything you want to know!

I’ll be celebrating 3 dinners at home with friends, here are some easy dishes to cook up.

I’ll post up after the dinners and hope I remember to take food photos this year. It’s so easy to stir fry a few dishes to eat at home, important thing is to share with family and friends, enjoy!

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