First Chinese BBQ in the Chinatown plaza while picking up food for our own dinner.
New Years Eve, I hosted a hotpot at the house. Chinese New Year is a week long celebration of food and partying we managed to wedge it into a weekend.
New Years Day dinner featured a large banquet of food, including a fish dish which is a Chinese play on words representing plentiful excess for the year and a dessert of Nian Gao to represent yearly growth, prosperity and achievement.
We grabbed some dim sum for lunch. (sorry I only remembered to snap a pic after we ravaged the table.)
Our final family dinner was sushi to go from our favorite japanese restaurant in town: Soto, while watching the big game. I figured the fish to add to the blessing of excess for the year was appropriate. Thank you Chef Andy for designing a wonderful last min takeout.
Happy Chinese New Year!