Sunday, January 22, 2012

Chinese/Vietnamese Lunar New Year

Couldn't believe it but tomorrow is Tết (Vietnamese/Chinese Lunar New Year). I have been preparing food for the the New Year each day since last week. This year I made two types of ba'nh te't(Vietnamese sticky rice steamed cakes with mung bean and pork filling and banana filling) and Dưa Chua (Pickled Vegetables in Vinegar, sugar and water) and Dưa Món (Pickled Vegetables in Fish Sauce). Not sure what it is but when Tết is approaching, I am excited and happy. I like to take this opportunity, and wish all my readers...

The best of everything that you so well deserved and may all your wish come true.
May good luck and good fortune always be will you.

Mến chúc ca'c ba.n và Gia Đình một mùa xuân thật đẹp, an khang thịnh vượng, hạnh phúc và Vạn sự Như Ý!!!
Gong Hei Fat Choi!!!

ba'nh te't
Dưa Món (Pickled Vegetables in Fish Sauce)

ba'nh te't with mung bean and pork filling

Happy New Year!


Anonymous said...

Happy New Year to you and your family. Same as you. I am born in Vietnam but I am Taiwanese. I followed your blog for quite a while now. I truly admired your talent. I live in Kansas in a small city. Asian market are limited but not bad at all. Nice to meeting you and one more time cung xi pha thai or cung hy pat choi. Btw my name is Lien or Lynn in English.

Zoe said...

Thank you Lien for visiting my blog:-).You have an interesting background (born in VN, but Taiwanese.) It's neat. Do you speak Mandarin?